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Entries by Michelle Hoffman
Hoffman CFO Consulting is a proud sponsor of the Mid Atlantic Venture Association’s June 16, 2015 TechBUZZ. #TechBUZZ2015 is the DC area’s premier event where early-stage entrepreneurs and active investors come together to see the best and brightest, to connect with one another, and to celebrate the strength of the startup scene in #DCTECH. For […]
Hoffman CFO Consulting, CEO Michelle Hoffman and business growth and IPO expert Ron Kaiser merge to create consulting powerhouse in the nation’s capital. Washington, D.C.: Hoffman CFO Consulting proudly announces its new principal Ron Kaiser. Adding Kaiser brings together his 35 years of experience in public and private finance, accounting, and operations management, including serving […]
Today, The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) holds its annual CFO Awards. The event recognizes CFOs for outstanding achievement and excellence in promoting the Greater Washington Region’s technology community. Receiving the Hall of Fame Award, in recognition of a lifetime of achievements and contributions to the technology business community, is Ron Kaiser.
Join the inaugural event! Michelle is a DCTECH native with extensive experience directly managing the finances of some the areas most successful SMBs. Her keynote will outline some of the more common financial missteps that small businesses take that can hurt their ability to scale or become points of failure when they do. For more […]
Join Hoffman CFO Consulting on July 16th at DC Lean Start Up for a live “accounting playback” demo with a business owner, coaching them through telling their business story and playing it back as a financial model. For more information, click here.
What is a CFO? What does a CFO do? These are questions CEOs, COOs and business owners ask me all the time. Recently, a COO I worked with left his company and became COO at another company. He wasn’t extremely happy with the CFO at the new company. He told me, “I get a […]
A follow up to Part 1 of my series on Tech Cocktail, I focus on the various ways cash and credit can be leveradged for your new venture.
Startup businesses need cash to operate. At the very least, an entrepreneur needs sufficient cash to pay bills, and buy some equipment or server space while things get up and running. For entrepreneurs, available capital, aka money, can be broken into two broad categories: Your money and other people’s money.
The QuickBooks Conundrum: A Love-Hate Relationship; is the subject of my guest post for Tech Cocktail, in it I discuss the pros and cons of QuickBooks and the essentials small businesses need to succeed.