Are Your Financials Right and Wrong?
As a manufacturing CEO or owner, your financial information is a critical component of every decision you make. One of the biggest challenges we see is that leadership thinks their financial information is incorrect, especially if their profitability is going in the wrong direction.
The reality is that more often than not the financial information is correct, it’s just not complete. A good CFO doesn’t keep a better score – but they do gather and package the data both accurately and completely to fix the underlying problem and improve financial performance.
Join us for this upcoming 30-minute webinar just for manufacturers to learn how to obtain a complete financial picture and greater confidence in your strategic decision making.
- Recognize the difference between incorrect financials vs. bad results
- Learn how understanding process workflow helps you interpret your financials
- Know what your financial team can do and what they can’t do to improve your results
About the Presenters
Mike Benjamin, CPA | CFO Advisor, Manufacturing
Over his 25+ year career, Mike has developed strong business acumen through his financial and operational leadership roles. Prior to joining Stambaugh Ness, Mike founded and led his own CFO advisory company where he honed his expertise in guiding manufacturers to greater profitability and success. Applying a sophisticated approach and high-level strategies, Mike partners with manufacturers to drive their vision, goals, and growth. This includes positioning clients to be future-ready by creating a forward-thinking financial roadmap.
Darren Welker, CPA, CIA | Managing Director, Manufacturing & Distribution Group
At the helm of our Manufacturing and Distribution Group, Darren provides solutions that extend beyond tax and accounting. Under his leadership, Darren’s clients benefit from his specialized focus on strengthening operations for enhanced profitability.
Working in the industry for over 20 years, Darren has collaborated with clients at various phases of their growth from start-up through global expansion. Recognizing the unique and ever-changing landscape of manufacturing and distribution, Darren stays abreast of emerging trends and provides sound recommendations that allow clients to make more impactful decisions.