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Using a Business System for Growth, Profit & Peace of Mind
May 3, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Every business operates under some form of a system and they can vary as widely as the types of businesses that use them. Many times the system can be described as “seat of the pants management” where
In Kevin’s presentation, “Using a Business System for Growth, Profit & Peace of Mind,” you will learn how the application and faithful following of a structured management process can put your business on track for increased growth and profit, while making the job of the business owner easier and more enjoyable. The process as well as its measurement components also demonstrates leadership by helping to communicate your vision and direction for the organization.
Kevin Snyder’s diverse business career spans 34 years. Snyder began his career with Verizon in accounting and finance related positions. He advanced to lead operational units such as Billing, Call Center Management, and Process Improvement. His last position at Verizon was Vice President – Sales and Service where he helped grow a start-up unit to $350 million in annual revenue. After leaving Verizon, Snyder bought a Dallas-based company in the Manufacturing Services sector. He recently sold the business and became a Principal with Nperspective in January, 2016. A Certified Public Accountant, Snyder earned his B.S. in accounting from Bowling Green State University and his MBA from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business.