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A financial forecast is an estimate of future financial outcomes for a company. Using historical internal accounting and sales data, in addition to external market and economic indicators, a financial forecast is an economist's best guess of what will happen to a company in financial terms over a given time period.

Jim McConnell is a results oriented professional that has worked with CEO’s, CFO’s, Managing Partners, Partnership Groups, General Managers and Management Teams in a variety of business environments to identify and realize millions of dollars in improvements to bottom line results over course of career.


About Skill Development Workshops

Portland Ten is joined for the Winter 2010 session by our new Community Sponsors, including the Olsen Group, Davis, Wright, Tremaine, Perkins & Company, Silicon Valley Bank, Stephenson Group, Amy Winkelman Consulting, and Jim McConnell, CFO.

Community Sponsors make financial and/or in-kind contributions to Portland Ten’s Perpetual Entrepreneurship Fund and offer Skill Development workshops in sales, legal, accounting, debt finance, public relations, product management, financial forecasting, and more.

Schedule & Topics

Workshops are held January 28- April 16,2010, on Tuesdays 2-4 pm and Thursdays 6-8 pm at NedSpace Old Town– a full schedule of workshops & topics will be released January 26th at http://www.portlandten.com/skills.


Passes can be purchased at the door-- cash or check at the door only, please. If you need to pay by credit card, please let a staff member know.

* 1 Workshop Pass: $20
* 1 Track Pass (3 sessions in one topic): $45
* Unlimited Pass (up to 24 sessions): $150


Upgrade: if you purchase a pass and would like to upgrade to another package, we’ll pro-rate it and you’ll pay only the difference between the passes.

Portland Ten: current participants & alumni attend free.

Six Week Sprint: current participants & alumni may purchase an unlimited pass for $20.

Added by PortlandTen on January 30, 2010