SAN MATEO, Calif., Nov. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- What are the five words of wisdom startup entrepreneurs need to know to be successful?
Washington Post business columnist Gene Marks will address that topic at the daylong Startup Business Conference on Dec. 3 at the Marriott San Mateo. The conference also is being webcast.
In his keynote, Marks, author of five books covering successful business practices, will discuss how startups can acquire customers quickly, how to manage cash flow and how to work with family and employees.
Other topics the conference will cover include:
- Show Me the Money: Roadmap to Funding
- Why "Do It Yourself" Doesn't Work: Pitfalls of DIY
- Dreams, Nightmares, Realities
- Incubators, Accelerators and Salivators!
- The Global Startup
The conference is designed for new business owners, incubators, entrepreneurs, financial professionals and others involved in creating or guiding startup businesses.
To register, go to calcpa.org/startup. The conference is being held by the CalCPA Education Foundation and costs $325 for members of the California Society of CPAs and $425 for nonmembers. To help set them up for success in their journey, startups can register at calcpa.org/mystartup for only $35.
About the Education Foundation
The CalCPA Education Foundation is the nation's largest CPE provider associated with a state CPA society and offers more than 1,200 live courses, conferences, webcasts and on-demand and self-study courses.
SOURCE CalCPA Education Foundation