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Save Time and Money Quickly with Sarah Kowal’s Biz Hacks!
June 13, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Biz Hacker, Sarah Kowal, will be walking you through her free tips and cheap tricks that will make you look, and more importantly, FEEL like a pro. Sarah will introduce you to nine game-changing online tools that will have you be the savvy one in the office. She will also show you how to intermingle these tools for amazing results that you can take back to work and home. To say more would just a spoiler. Come to this workshop and walk away being an unstoppable (and frugal!) biz guru. You’ll be sharing what you learned with everyone in the office anyway, so bring them, too!
4:00 PM Open Networking
4:15 PM Introductions
4:40 PM Featured Attendee interview
4:45 PM Featured Presenter
5:15 PM Open Networking
5:30 PM End
Sarah Kowal, founder of Right Now Enterprises, learned entrepreneurship at the early age of 10 by working for her dad- an auctioneer, antique dealer, and realtor. He put food on the table for four children by “hustling” (as he called it) every day. Through high school she worked different jobs in retail, food service, hospitality and was even a gardener and personal assistant. Sarah really loved the gardening part so she went on to study horticulture. In her junior year of college, Sarah was promoted to General Manager at her local food coop.
Sarah had no business managing a store. Her resourcefulness and tenacity saved the day. She used every resource available to her: the board treasurer who was also a professor in economics, the store’s accountant, the bookkeeper, other store managers in different parts of the state, past consultant notes that she found in the archives, and a cooperative grocery financial benchmark book that became her Bible.
Sarah took that store from over a decade of flat or declining growth to a 30% increase in less than a year. Now having Right Now Enterprises allows her to be the 360 degree resource for others that she never had. Sarah is able to support business managers and owners whether a business is under performing, at a plateau, growing, or wants to take full advantage of something like the Super Bowl.