Join BOAR for Our Next Webinar:
Reboot Your Business
In This Session We Will Evaluate & Process:
- INVESTMENT: What will you invest your time and money in to move your business forward?
- RISK: What is your risk tolerance, and how does it compare to 2019?
- WEAKNESSES: What is your organization’s most significant weakness today, and how do you plan to resolve it?
- FUNDING: Understanding financing options and alternatives to fund growth.
“I want to personally thank you, words cannot express the impact your workshop has had on my company and many others who I have shared your information with. Your wisdom has been fruitful for my business.”
-Frank V., Rochester, New York – Wholesale Distributor
November 16th | 3:00-4:00 PM PDT
BOAR is excited to present our next webinar with Ami Kassar, author of The Growth Dilemma, and nationally renowned speaker to entrepreneurs and business owners who desire money to grow their companies, improve cash flow and/or restructure debt. This timely, interactive webinar, including a LIVE digital workbook, will walk business owners through Growth Inciter Exercises to RESET their Goals, Business Plans, and Assumptions.
Ami Kassar | Multifunding CEO
Ami Kassar is the founder and chief executive officer of Multifunding LLC, a Philadelphia based consulting firm that specializes in helping business owners across the United States develop creative, cost-saving alternatives for their business debt needs and structure.
Thought-provoking, interactive and timely, Ami’s presentations address real-world cash flow problems entrepreneurs face on a daily basis. For over twenty years he has challenged people to think differently about their businesses and educated them on how to responsibly use leverage to create wealth.
As the “go-to” thought leader in business financing, Ami is frequently quoted in national media and is a sought-after speaker at business and industry events across the country. He writes a weekly column for Inc. Magazine and has advised the White House, the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve Bank.