The Evolving National Crisis and its Business Impact, Part II

Date: Thursday, May 20, 2021

Ashford Chancelor, Practice Manager & Consulting CFO for vcfo Dallas, and James Savage, CEO at Kingsbrae Global, present a virtual webinar designed for all business owners and executive leadership.

This webinar is the second installment in a four-part Thought Leadership Series in which we will examine different aspects of how this new season of crisis will impact your business. The series will feature subject matter experts to discuss how to identify the most advantageous markets for your company during these unpredictable times, the type of liquidity which is most advantageous to maintain, how to position your company to identity both opportunities and threats and how to train your management team to deal with this new environment. You will leave with context and tools to assist you in navigating through all the turmoil and restructuring while positioning your business for success now and in the coming season, in which many incredible opportunities will emerge.

Do you know how businesses should respond to broad cyclical changes to our economy and society as we move from a season of crisis to a possible season of “high”? Could your company find itself on the wrong side of history’s creative destruction loop and black swan events? After 2020, is there any way to truly be proactive about risk?

This installment is a deep dive into the characteristics of each historical season, as well as business risk, corporate management, and financial preparedness. Viewers will walk through the tangible steps that businesses can take for a clear-eyed, actionable approach to future risk in the context of sweeping macro and micro forces.

This webinar references the book The Fourth Turning: An American Prophecy by William Strauss and Neil Howe, although reading the book is NOT a prerequisite for understanding the content presented.

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Related Resources:

Blog: Navigate from Crisis to Prosperity
Webinar Part I: Understanding the Evolving Crisis and the Potential Impact on Your Small Business