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Please verify your CEU's at www.nkba.org for a total of 1.0 CEU which equals 10 hours from January 1, 2012 to June 30, 2014.
Calling All NKBA California Capital Chapter Designers!

We are excited to announce that the 2015 NKBA California Capital Chapter Design Competition is now OPEN!

This competition is an excellent way to
showcase your talents and skills and to get recognized professionally.

To Submit Your Entry Fee (Due by Friday, August 15, 2014), 
To Pay Your Design Competition Fee (Due by Friday, August 15, 2014), or
To Download the Complete Design Competition Guidelines

Visit our Design Competition Page
Chapter Meeting
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
5:30pm - 8:30pm

This Chapter Meeting is being Hosted by: 

Presentation: Construction Industry MBA

Speaker: Bob Wellman

Cash flow can kill your business, EVEN IF you are profitable. So, how do you really get a handle on your cash flow?

There are three elements of business that will allow you to be successful if you balance them. MMS is what I call it...I will touch on margin, market share and scalability. We will review the importance of each and how to balance them in good times and in bad.

Speaker's Bio:

Bob Wellman started his career as a small business owner at the age of 17. He did quite well until he had to have an emergency appendectomy. It was while lying in a hospital bed, he decided to go to college and earn his undergraduate degree in Accounting and Master’s in Business Administration. He worked in the corporate world as an internal auditor, accounting manager, and controller and eventually as Chief Financial Officer for a $300 million media company. He also led a $2 billion, 350 employee division at a local technology company for four years before deciding to open a strategic tax and consulting firm. For the past ten years, Bob has worked with hundreds of small business owners providing strategic, operational and financial advice. He lives in El Dorado Hills with his wife and three sons and enjoys traveling to anywhere with a beach.

We look forward to seeing you there!

This presentation qualifies for 0.1 CEU.

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