How Did She Do It? Start a Business on a Shoestring Budget
According to the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), 75% of women start their own business without seeking business financing. It is possible to launch a business with very little cash and we want to share how one woman did it wrong first before getting it right.
Join us for "How Did She Do It? Start a Business on a Shoestring Budget" to learn exactly how much cash it takes to create an legal business entity, what to spend on and when to skip unnecessary expenses. We'll teach you the best guidelines to keep you on track to run a lean business and grow it organically while staying debt free.
Meet the presenter:
Kasey L Ring, Owner
Upward Personal Finance LLC
Kasey Ring is the president and founder of Upward Personal Finance (UPF). She established the firm to provide a much-needed financial coaching resource for women. While working with high-net-worth clients for years as a financial adviser and private banker, it became clear to Kasey that those who need the most financial help are not getting it and those with big balances and portfolios have several advisers and institutions begging for their business. Very few financial institutions are set up to provide services from the female perspective. Upward Personal Finance was born from the idea that women have unique needs when it comes to understanding and managing money. UPF aims to help women starting out, starting over, or those who are well on their way but need a little extra guidance. With our flexible business hours and flat hourly fee pricing model, UPF is designed to help women reach their dreams and feel confident about their financial future.
Kasey is a graduate of San Diego State University and a 24-year resident of Utah. She lives with her husband of 20 years, her two growing and active boys, and a feisty pug named Shaka. She enjoys skiing, hiking, cooking and spending time at her family's lake cabin in Idaho. Most of all, she enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for personal finance with other women.
This Business Essentials training is sponsored by Celtic Bank.