When “business as usual” becomes disrupted, how do you pivot and adapt? Adapting your business plan and operations is easier said than done. However, by having proactive strategies and rethinking your business plan, you can pivot to ensure business continues to meet your customers demands – even through a global crisis.
Presented by CPA Alberta, this webinar will explore how you can re-examine your business plan to identify next steps and opportunities through a crisis. Rob Heron, Partner at KRP, will discuss how considering future issues and adaptability into your business plan will allow your business to emerge stronger and more resilient than before. Plus, as businesses prepare to reopen, you will also learn concepts and ideas to help your business prepare for success post-crisis!
Please confirm your attendance by Wednesday, May 27 @ 4 PM.
We will be using the Zoom meeting platform for the webinar. A link to join the meeting will be sent out to all registrants 12-24 hours prior to the webinar via email.
About the Presenter
Rob Heron | FCPA, FCA, CFP, ICD.D, Partner at KRP
Rob Heron joined Kingston Ross Pasnak (KRP) in 1993. He currently manages many of the firm’s larger audit clients and many of the firms publicly traded clients. He has significant experience with businesses in the manufacturing, construction and oil and gas services industries. In addition to an extensive audit and assurance background, he offers financial, business and tax advice that is clear, concise, and important to owner-managed businesses.
In 1995, he moved into the corporate tax group and completed the two-year tax specialization program. During his five years in tax, he developed areas of specialization that included corporate reorganizations, general estate planning for owner/managers and basic tax research. While in the tax group, he maintained a base of clients, providing these companies with both assurance and taxation services.