Cashflow Canvas: An Easier Way to Manage Your Financials


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Sept 17, 18, 19 | 10am to 11am PT

When you have a clear picture of your business financials, you can make better decisions, find opportunities, and plan for the future. Unfortunately, 82% of small business owners go bust because they don’t know how to build or balance a budget.

WeBC has partnered with Taunya Woods Richardson, Founder of Nail The Numbers, who has created the Cashflow Canvas, a colour-coded tool that breaks down the budgeting process into eight easy-to-understand building blocks. Modelled after the Business Model Canvas (a tool that outlines your business model on one page), the Cashflow Canvas helps you transfer your financial data into a pro forma that’s as easy as painting by numbers.

This fall, we’re hosting a webinar series to teach women entrepreneurs how to use this simplified tool to get a clear picture of your financials. The interactive series takes you through each section of the Canvas, to draft your numbers then build your own palette.

This series will give you the knowledge and confidence to:

  • Record when revenue and income are received
  •  Scale your expenses and balance your bank account
  • Identify your working capital needs and budget for loan repayment

3 Virtual Sessions | September 17, 18, 19 | 10am to 11am PT

Cost: $75; free for WeBC Loan Clients and Unity Women Entrepreneur Clients

Facilitator: Taunya Woods Richardson, Founder + CEO, Nail The Numbers

Meet the Facilitator

Taunya Woods Richardson

Taunya Woods Richardson is a serial entrepreneur, financial strategist, and behaviourist who is applauded for her innovative and refreshingly pragmatic approach to inspiring money mastery among entrepreneurs. On stage, she’s a riveting, genuine, and unforgettable speaker, engaging audiences with a wide range of science-backed financial insights that offer a life-changing impact. 

She’s the creator and architect of the Cashflow Canvas and the Founder and CEO of Nail the Numbers. Her 30+ years immersed in entrepreneurial finance has led her to work with federal banks, credit unions, NGOs, and universities to financially embolden thousands of entrepreneurs across North America.

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