Green Bay, Wisconsin, September 6, 2016 — Wisconsin Bank & Trust is sponsoring a hands-on financial training workshop for business professionals titled “Profit Mastery: Creating Value & Building Wealth for Business,” on November 16 -17 at St. Norbert College’s Bemis Center in De Pere.
This hands-on seminar will focus on business concepts and case studies that identify best practices and highlight profitability and cash flow opportunities. The seminar also qualifies for 16 hours of continuing education credits for CPAs.
Steve LeFever, Profit Mastery creator, will present financial concepts and tools using practical, understandable language and intuitive, visual presentations. He will share insights on using financial statements as management tools, understanding money management, planning and managing for growth, working with banks and lenders, and planning for transition of the business. Participants will leave with the confidence and tools for control, survival and success.
The seminar is limited to 60 participants. A $495 registration fee covers materials, a continental breakfast, and lunch each day as well as a cocktail hour following the seminar’s first day. To register, visit http://ProfitMastery2016.Eventbrite.com by October 31st.
For questions regarding this event, please contact. Patrick Murphy, Wisconsin Bank & Trust Market President – Northeast Wisconsin, at (920) 983-5029 or email@example.com.
Wisconsin Bank & Trust is co-sponsoring this event with the Law Firm of Conway, Olejniczak & Jerry, S.C. of Green Bay and Baker Tilly of Appleton.
About Wisconsin Bank & Trust
Wisconsin Bank & Trust (WBT) is a business-focused community bank with assets more than $1 billion serving customers in the Madison, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Sheboygan, Monroe and southwest areas of Wisconsin. From 18 banking centers and two mortgage origination offices, WBT offers a wide range of personal and business banking, wealth management and mortgage lending services. The bank is a subsidiary of Heartland Financial USA, Inc. (NASDAQ: HTLF), which has assets more than $8 billion. WBT is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and an Equal Housing Lender. Learn more at www.wisconsinbankandtrust.com.