The topic of financial sustainability is particularly relevant for New Orleans non-profits. The surge of funding post-Katrina led to a boom in activity in the non-profit sector within the city, with the majority of these organizations relying on grant funding.... Read More →
In an article entitled “Next Generation of CFOs: Get Ready for Greater Expectations,” Sandy Cockerel, national managing partner of Deloitte LLP’s CFO Program, argues that Chief Financial Officers need to be more than financial experts. In the coming years, CFOs... Read More →
Tulane University will be hosting a Family Business Forum called “What’s Up Down Here: An Outlook on the Financial Markets.” Details are below.
Friend of EMH, Doug Ryan, recently published a LinkedIn article called “Moving from the Past to the Present.” If you are looking for a new accounting perspective, check out the article here.
EMH managing Director, Jeremy Hunnewell, will serve as a panelist and guest speaker at an upcoming ACG conference at the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. Events and festivities are detailed below and topics will include Venture Capital, Snapshots of Current... Read More →
Interested in learning more about nonprofit financial accounting? EMH Consultant Andrew Foley will be presenting about it at the Tulane City Center tomorrow. Nonprofit Financial Accounting and Planning for Long-Term Success Wednesday, October 15th, 3pm-5pm Tulane City Center, 1725 Baronne St,... Read More →
“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live it’s whole life believing that it is stupid.” -Albert Einstein Accounting for a non-profit can be inherently difficult, especially... Read More →
EMH Managing Director Jeremy Hunnewell travels to Indianapolis to speak at a round-table discussion during the NOSSCR conference on how to manage your business’s finances. For more information, click here.
Calling all entrepreneurs. Are you struggling to wrap your mind around your business’ finances? Care more about the vision of your company, who your next customer is, and less about making sense of line items in your financial statements? Well,... Read More →
A few weeks after the Idea Village’s annual New Orleans Entrepreneurship Week, and numerous Forbes articles espousing the rise of the Silicon Bayou, it is evident that entrepreneurship in post-Katrina New Orleans is on the rise. Although the growth of young... Read More →