Each seminar is designed to deliver core quantitative concepts illustrated by wine industry examples. The new program is designed for wine industry professionals who seek a greater understanding of the quantitative side of their business. No previous finance and accounting experience is required.
Joining Sonoma State’s wine industry faculty to deliver this new program are:
- Rick Boland, Moss Adams
- Ted Elliott, TR Elliott Winery and Emeritus Vineyards
- Corinne Meddaugh, Landmark Vineyards, Sonoma State Business Administration lecturer
- Toni Moheng, Burr Pilger Mayer
- Jay Silverstein, Moss Adams
- Betsy M. Stewart, Zainer Rinehart Clarke
- Jeanette Tan, Kokomo Winery and Sbragia Family Vineyards
An introductory elective, “Finance for Non-Finance People,” will be held on Friday, Feb. 8, 8 a.m.–noon (register here). To earn the certificate you must complete eight, 4-hour seminars split between core and elective offerings. Core seminars include:
- “Financial Accounting for Your Wine Business,” Friday, Feb. 15, 8 a.m.–noon. (register here)
- “Cost Accounting for Wineries,” Friday, Feb. 15, 1–5 p.m. (register here)
- “Managerial Accounting for your Wine Business,” Friday, April 19, 8 a.m.–noon. (register here)
- “Budgets, Forecasting, and Best Practices for your Wine Business,” Friday, April 19, 1–5 p.m. (register here)
For a complete list of available electives, visit the website at Sonoma State.
Cost: $150 per seminar; $1,200 for certificate (eight seminars total)
For more information, contact Dana Swilley at 707-664-3347 or email@example.com
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