Get better at business finances with CCC

A healthy “bottom line” in business is crucial

FLAGSTAFF – Finances, and their successful management, can mean the difference between a business making it for the long haul.

To that end, Coconino Community College has teamed up with the Coconino Small Business Development Center and the Arizona Commerce Authority to offer a non-credit training course called the “Business Financial Series.”

The series takes place Tuesdays in April, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. All classes will be available virtually and cost $16 per individual session or $55 for all four sessions.

“As part of CCC’s mission to offer continuing education opportunities to residents of Coconino County, we’re very excited to offer a business financial series that will directly benefit our local business owners in addition to casual learners,” said Megan Remington, CCC’s community education coordinator. “We invite anyone looking to improve their business's bottom line and anyone who wants to take a peek behind the curtain of business ownership to register.”

Business ownership and financial planning go hand in hand, and there’s always more to learn,” Remington said.

The courses are broken down as:

Bookkeeping Basics, April 6

Understanding Financial Statements, April 13

Cash Flow and Forecasting, April 20

Banking and Financial Ratios, April 27

The Business Financial Series is part of CCC’s Spring 2021 non-credit and workforce training courses. For more information about CCC’s Community Education offerings, visit

“Join us for a workshop series that will ease your stress and set your business up for success,” Remington said.

Register for the course at For more information, email [email protected], or call 928-226-4174.


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