The 403: Money

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November 27, 2018
5:00 pm -  
7:00 pm
National on 8th – Tap Room
225 8th Avenue Southwest, Calgary, AB, Canada

Cashflow – Does the word make your run and hide? Or do you feel confident in managing it and keeping your business open? Either way, cash flow is something that all businesses have in common. 

For our last 403 of 2018, we are bringing together a small business owner, a banker, and a consultant to talk cash flow, how to keep it moving, and what you can do to stay on top of it. 


  • Member ticket: $25.00
  • Non-Member ticket: $50.00

What is The 403?

The 403 event series is one part networking and one part knowledge download from subject-matter experts. But this is isn’t your standard after-work networking event. The difference is that this series focuses on helping you build real, meaningful connections through structured networking activities that you actually want to participate in. Pair that with an intimate conversation where you get the 411 on special topics your business needs to know about from local innovators and learn how to bring a creative lens to your business.

The kicker? The format changes for every event in the series to keep things feeling fresh. But our promise to you is that you will get structured networking and a knowledge download every time.

About Sarah Hawco, 180 Group

Sarah Hawco is a partner with 180 Group, LP. Sarah is knowledgeable in the area of due diligence, business reviews and viability assessments, restructuring, and alternative dispute resolution. At 180 Group, LP, she focuses on turnaround, due diligence, financing, and alternative dispute resolution. Sarah has provided a range of consulting, monitoring and insolvency services to a wide range of clients in industries such as oil and gas services, surveying, construction, hospitality, commercial real estate, retail, and manufacturing. Prior to starting 180 Group, LP, Sarah spent 13 years practicing in insolvency and turn around management at national and international firms. She also has previous Big 4 experience where she specialized for several years in corporate taxation. Sarah is a Chartered Accountant with a specialization in tax, a Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional, and holds a Masters in Law in Banking and Finance from Osgoode Hall in Toronto. She is a member of CPA Alberta, the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and the ADR Institute of Alberta.

About Maeghen Cotterill, 5 Elements Martial Arts

Maeghen Cotterill is the Owner, Operator, and Head Instructor at 5 Elements Martial Arts. 5 Elements Martial Arts is the largest single-location martial arts studio in Western Canada offering tae kwan do, muay thai, and other disciplines. While classes are offered to all ages and levels, 5 Elements is passionate about teaching children, particularly those with special needs including Autism, ADD and ADHD. 

About Steve Janz, Managing Director, Business Development, ATB

Steve Janz has been a banker for 17 years, currently leading the Business Development Team at ATB Financial. He is passionate about the customer and loves seeing Alberta businesses succeed. 



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