You’re executing a pivot plan for your business after working through some financial chaos. Now you’re ready for recovery and growth. Here’s our advice: Know Your Numbers! Although you didn’t become an entrepreneur to stare at your financials, you have to know your numbers enough to know where your ideas can lead.
Join Village Bank President, Aleesha Webb, and numbers expert, John Dierkhising for #ItTakesaVillage: Know Your Numbers. Aleesha and John will explain what the numbers on your financial statements mean to your business, and they will offer advice to keep your financials organized in times of chaos and growth. Going through your numbers with the right people will build your confidence to grow your business in a financially healthy way.
About the Speakers
Aleesha Webb – Village Bank President & Vice Chairwoman of the Board
At her core, Aleesha Webb is a village builder, continually striving to create life-long connections with her clients, customers, and community. She adds true value to relationships by determining the right solutions for individual needs, watching out for their best interests, and offering authentic, high-touch customer service.
Aleesha’s banking career spans over 25 years and began on the front lines of Village Bank. With plans to introduce new digital services and increase Village Bank’s community presence and banking locations, Aleesha is on pace to change the future of community banking in Minnesota. While other community banks are being purchased by national banks, Aleesha is recommitting to Village Bank’s mission of serving its communities, and focusing on economic stability. The deeply-rooted difference that makes Village Bank matter to all customers is the genuine community bank approach that comes from being family-owned and operated. Aleesha treasures her time with family, friends, and her fellow Villagers!
John Dierkhising—Bottom Line Accounting Services Owner
As a dedicated accounting professional, John Dierkhising has experience helping business owners succeed. John is the Co-Owner of Bottom Line Accounting Services and has been meeting the financial needs of the Greater Twin Cities area for over 11 years. With expertise in reporting, tax assistance, bookkeeping, and financial software consulting, he is a highly sought-after accounting partner for small business owners looking to spark new life in their daily operations.