As our city grapples with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we at Made In Baltimore will continue our work supporting the needs of local small businesses with support, education and development opportunities. Our Tools of the Trade workshop series focuses on the ins and outs of building an online brand, accessing new customers and optimizing business on digital platforms.
Thank you for tuning in to the latest installment of our Tools Of The Trade workshop series. For this workshop we are joined by Casey McKeel co-founder of Thread Coffee to discuss quickbooks online, including an introduction data entry for reports, identification and definition of basic functions.
More about Casey McKeel:
Casey McKeel is a business consultant and accountant, specializing in worker cooperatives and small businesses. She co-founded Thread Coffee in 2012, later completed a Masters of Accountancy at George Washington University, and now works as the Controller at Obran Cooperatives. She has worked with a number of cooperatives and small businesses to develop bookkeeping systems to help them achieve their goals. She has many years of experience working with QuickBooks as a tool in these environments and enjoys sharing that knowledge to help business owners take control of their finances.