Financial statistics and ratios are crucial to assessing your firm’s financial health. Zweig Group’s Financial Performance Report of AEC Firms helps firms compare their performance against industry norms, comparable firms, and specific performance categories. This webinar will highlight several key financial statistics, how they are calculated, and what the industry trends for each measure look like over the last five years.
– Discuss revenue factor and the different ways to calculate it
– Understand how to calculate the investment your firm is making in labor
– Understand how to forecast your firm’s workload
– Understand why a current ratio and a quick ratio are important
– Identify trends in each of these statistics within the AEC industry
Meet the Speakers:
Research Manager, Zweig Group
Tyler has been the Research Manager at Zweig Group since 2018. Tyler collects and analyzes data from thousands of firms in the AEC industry to produce publications and benchmarking tools for those firms to use. Prior to working at Zweig Group, he worked as an engineering consultant at a multidiscipline engineering firm for three years. Tyler graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics.
Analyst, Advisory Services
Andy Chavez is an analyst within Zweig Group’s Advisory Services Group. Andy is responsible for cross-functional support to the Strategic Planning, Ownership Transition and Mergers and Acquisitions advisory groups. He also works on financial analysis and market research. Andy joined Zweig Group as an intern, Spring of 2018, and recently our DFW office as a full-time analyst. Prior to joining Zweig Group, he performed financial analysis for a multi-million-dollar company that is closely affiliated with the University. He also has experience in construction and development in the DFW metroplex. Andy earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Arkansas’ Sam Walton College of Business.
This webinar will provide .5 PDH.
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