Sometimes money is simply not enough.
For almost a decade as the CEO of SpotOn Financial, a financial services brokerage firm, Travis Taylor has had the fortune of assisting over 3,800 clients and business owners covering 100+ industries in 49 states and Puerto Rico. His vast and diversified knowledge positions him well in understanding the highs and lows of business ownership and his sweet spot is one that has challenged many entrepreneurs: business finances. Whether it's cash flow, capital, buying, or selling, Travis can easily provide the insight you're looking for to advance your business or startup.
But - hold the phone.
We'll be doing more on this fireside chat than just crunching the numbers. We'll be looking at some of the ugly realities for businesses, avoidable failures, and why many crash and burn. While Travis is no stranger to the art of working those multi-million dollar contracts and finessing those business conversations centered around the all-mighty dollar, he has a few uncomfortable (and some nonfinancial) truths business owners HAVE to recognize if they want to make progress. So if you were thinking you were just going to get some textbook insight on business and finance, think again. Travis will be offering us more than a few strategies, concepts, and thought leadership. He's going to give us that backdoor knowledge no one likes to talk about. Something he likes to refer to as, "the game."
Don't miss this fresh take on finance this Thursday, February 18th 2021 at 2:00pm PST/ 3:00pm MST, 4:00pm EST. Register today and bring ALL your questions.
SpotOn Financial is a financial services brokerage offering various financial services, business consulting services, and access to a network of experts ranging from marketing, advertising, business development, legal, and HR. SpotOn Financial started at the kitchen table grew to cover the nation. Their lender network started with one local bank and now boasts relationships with over 300+. Though things change over time, their focus has not in the 9 years they've been in business, which is how to serve the needs of the small business owner. They build our relationships focusing on the needs and education of their clients, addressing myths, falsehoods, and bias to help a business overcome those challenges to grow.
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