Join other entrepreneurs for serious conversations about growing a business based on internal cash flow and organic profit at a Bootstrappers Breakfast®. Holly DeVito, CEO of Sum of All Numbers, will offer a seven minute briefing on “Seven Simple Internal Controls Bootstrappers Should Have in Place.” Holly’s briefing will be followed by our regular roundtable discussion format.
|When: 7:30am to 9:00am Tue-May-21
Where: Cocos, 1206 Oakmead, Sunnyvale, CA
Cost: $5 RSVP, $10 at door (plus breakfast off the menu, separate checks).
Holly DeVito, CEO of Sum of All Numbers, will join us May 21st in Sunnyvale to offer a seven minute briefing on “Seven Simple Internal Controls Bootstrappers Should Have in Place.” She will also share insights from bootstrapping a service business that needed to establish a trusted advisor relationship and leveraging cloud applications to collaborate more effectively with her clients–offering a specialized expertise while maintaining self-service access to financial records.
Sum of All Numbers provides virtual account management and payroll services to small business owners. Using industry standard cloud applications the firm enables entrepreneurs to concentrate on revenue generation while their business financials are maintained by experts but always available for review.
Holly DeVito founded Sum of All Numbers in 2006 to pursue her passion for serving small business owners. She is a Certified QuickBooks Pro Advisor with more than a decade of experience in property management, financial services, clothing design, and real estate; she also served the CFO for the American Red Cross, Peninsula Chapter. Holly studied International Business Management at Brigham Young University-Hawaii and Utah State University.
Update Tue-May-21: here are three blog posts covering the event
- Sum of all Numbers Blog: “7 Basic Financial Controls Bootstrappers Should Have in Place“
- Bootstrapper Breakfast Blog: “Holly DeVito Outlines Must Have Financial Controls For Bootstrappers“
- Saratoga Patch: “Don’t Commit These Seven Deadly Accounting Sins“