Change Labs 2022 Workshop Series
Value: What It Means for Entrepreneurs
Fundamentals of the Valuation Process
October 5, 2022 | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm MDT
Do you know what your business is worth? Even if you aren’t considering selling your business, you should know the fundamentals of the valuation process and what creates value … because an exit could happen sooner than you think. In this 90-minute workshop hosted by Change Labs, REDW’s Nicole Johnny and Brian Foltyn will explore how to create value in your business.
|When:||Wednesday, October 5, 2022|
11:30 am – 1:00 pm MST (90 minutes)
|REDW Speakers:||Brian Foltyn, CVA|
Principal, Valuation & Related Financial Services
With 25 years of professional experience in both industry and public accounting, Brian leads REDW’s Valuation and Related Financial Services practice as a firm Principal. He has assisted clients with hundreds of valuation and litigation matters, ranging from financial and gift/estate reporting to shareholder disputes, breaches of contract, divorce, business interruption, shareholder redemption, buy/sell agreements, acquisition and sale advisement, C to S conversions, and ESOPs. Since 2011, Brian has served as an expert witness, providing litigation support services in the areas of accounting, economic damages and business valuation.
Analyst, Valuation & Related Financial Services
Nicole has more than a decade of experience with investment banking in capital markets and bond financing, and in preparing real estate valuations for tribal nations and businesses on and off tribal land. Her work includes researching appraisal data to determine the market value of tribal properties nationwide and performing market trend analyses. A committed member of the Navajo Nation, Nicole also serves on the Audit Committee of the Diné Development Corporation’s Board to help oversee its business activities and financial health. She holds an MBA from Pepperdine University and has passed the licensing exams for SIE® Series 50 and 52 securities.
Change Labs is a Native-led and Native-controlled 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of the Navajo and Hopi nations committed to fostering the creation of successful Native American small businesses that provide a social benefit to tribal communities. Click here to learn more!