855 Valley Road
Clifton, NJ 07013
Business Consultant John Uzzi to Share Strategies and Tools for Surviving and Thriving
Event Date: March 20, 2014
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CLIFTON, N.J., March 7, 2014 – The Not-for-Profit Industry Service Group at SaxBST will host the second program in its “Impact to Impact” series on Thursday, March 20, 2014, from 8 to 10 a.m. Not-for-profit executives and board members are invited to join business consultant John Uzzi for an interactive discussion entitled, “Organizations Must Learn to Not Only Survive Change but to Capitalize on It.” This free program will be held at SaxBST’s Clifton, N.J., office located at 855 Valley Road.
Embracing change is a given in today’s constantly evolving business environment. With New Jersey not-for-profits facing changes in funding and record-keeping requirements (i.e. electronic medical records), it is also imperative that organizations learn how to survive change. Uzzi’s work with for-profits and not-for-profits is focused on navigating change through improvement initiatives and strategic planning. He will share key strategies and the tools every organization needs to thrive in changing times.
The “Impact to Impact” series is designed to bring together not-for-profit executives and board members to address topics and issues that are critical to their success. To register, please e-mail Danielle Atkinson at email@example.com.
One of the top 100 accounting firms nationally, SaxBST is a multi-disciplinary accounting, tax and advisory firm serving the needs of closely held companies, family-owned businesses, not-for-profit entities and high-net-worth individuals throughout the New York tri-state area. Based in Albany, N.Y.; Clifton, N.J.; Mineola, N.Y. and New York City, SaxBST is the outgrowth of a merger between two of the area’s most prominent accounting firms, Sax Macy Fromm & Co., PC (SMF) and Bollam, Sheedy, Torani & Co. LLP (BST). SaxBST’s expertise covers a range of industry areas and niches including real estate, construction, manufacturing and distribution, employee benefits, retail, financial services, healthcare, professional services, not-for-profit, governmental entities and labor unions.