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7 BBB Authors to Speak at 2016 NJAWBO Spring Conference & Expo 4-20-16

Seven Big Bold Business Authors from Volumes 1 and 2 to Speak at 2016 NJAWBO Statewide Luncheon Conference and Expo April 20, 2016  ||  10:30am to 2:00pm The New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) encourages and supports business ownership by women. This annual conference offers a panel discussion on traditional (print and TV) […]

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BBB Author Debra A. Courtright to Speak at NJAWBO West Caldwell Breakfast Meeting

West Caldwell Breakfast Meeting Cash flow management What methods can you use to control your cash flow? Where can you cut costs? What should you do when your bills arrive? Debra A. Courtright, is President of D.A.C Management, Inc. a business service company specializing in the day-to-day financial needs of small businesses. Her early beginning […]

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Concerned with a poor cash flow situation in your business?

“How to Stop the Financial Bleeding and Push through the Chaos of a Financial Crash,” by Debra A. Courtright, will help you better manage your cash flow. You will learn proven strategies you can use to save the life of your business when your cash flow is sideswiped. Lots of practical advice from Debra Courtright, […]

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NJ – Courtright, Debra A.

Cash Flow Management How to Stop the Financial Bleeding and Push through the Chaos of a Financial Crash by Debra A. Courtright Debra A. Courtright is president of D.A.C Management, Inc., which came into existence a long time before it was officially a named business. Her early beginning was running the finances of her father’s small […]

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BBB Author Debra Courtright Named Executive Director of the Youth Orchestras of Essex County

BBB Author Debra Courtright, owner of D.A.C. Management, Inc., has recently been been appointed the executive director for Youth Orchestras of Essex County. The organization currently has three ensembles (Flute Choir, Cello Ensemble, and Brass Ensemble) and three orchestras made up of more than 100 musicians (ages 8 to 18) from a dozen towns, led […]

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