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Oct 30, 2016

Dawn Fotopulos is associate professor of business at The King’s College, founder of Hidden Profit Prophet.com (formerly Best Small Biz Help.com), and award-winning author of “Accounting for the Numberphobic...A Survival Guide For Small Business Owners”, which won top business book of 2015 in Economics. As a small-business turnaround expert she has rescued hundreds of small business from financial disaster. Her 20 years in business include: serial entrepreneur, vice-president at Citigroup and Wall Street trader. Ms. Fotopulos’ articles was featured on MSNBC, in Huffington Post and Entrepreneur.com and Biz 2 Credit.com.

Professor Dawn Fotopulos

Associate Professor of Business The King’s College, New York City

www.hiddenprofitprophet.com

Topics: Knowing Your Numbers: Cutting small business failures in half. How small business owners can take back control over the financial health and future of their business.

Short Summary:  Dawn Fotopulos is also an experienced entrepreneur and small business turnaround expert. Through her consulting company, she’s rescued more than 300 small businesses from financial failure and helped thousands of entrepreneurs thrive in any economic environment. Fotopulos understands that small businesses are a key driver of the economy.

She is passionate about equipping and empowering small business owners to take an honest, hard look at their company's financial health, and they equipping them to reach a state of financial stability. She shares all her business-success tips and advice in her new award-winning book, "Accounting for the Numberphobic: A Survival Guide for Small Business Owners" (AMACOM) which aims at teaching basic financial literacy to business owners - something that could potentially save the future of their business.  The book was named “Best Business Book of 2015 in Economics” by Small Business Trends.

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Musical Background: 'TAKE THE CHANCE' by Nicolai Heidlas

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