We all need a little inspiration to get started sometimes. The Future Forward Sales podcast aims to provide just that by introducing business leaders to share their stories of achieving success with their business ventures. Their stories of building a company can be the inspiration you need to know that you can do it, too!
Learn about Cassmer Ward, the accountant who knows how much it costs to make a doughnut, by watching our interview!
This episode’s inspiration comes from Cassmer Ward, serial entrepreneur and accountant who knows how much it takes to make a doughnut. Cassmer has 20 years’ experience as a Financial Executive and Business Leader. With expertise in accounting, operational analysis, strategic development/implementation, and entrepreneurship, he works with clients to identify and address the critical success factors affecting companies varying in size across many industries. Between teaching at the McColl School of Business at Queens University and authoring How Much Does It Cost To Make a Donut?, Cassmer has a passion for educating anyone and everyone interested in learning business school concepts. He revels in helping companies identify their financial and market position while setting them on a path to success.
We wanted to learn more about Cass’s journey, so we asked him
- How he got into accounting and business leadership;
- How Cass provides his students and clients new opportunities to meet their needs;
- Where he stays flexible to think innovatively;
- What sets Cass apart from his competition;
- Where he sees himself in a few years and how he plans to get there; and
- What Cass is most passionate about.
Listen to this episode of the Future Forward Sales podcast to learn how Cassmer Ward teach business and helps companies toward success!
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