Barry Schimel, CPA, publishes book—100 Ways to Profit in a Volatile Economy
Barry Schimel, a frequent speaker within the accounting profession and author of four other finance-based books, announced the release of his fifth book - 100 Ways to Profit in a Volatile Economy. The book, which Schimel co-authored with Gary Kravitz, offers a mixture of proven and tested strategies that have been successfully implemented in numerous organizations, as well as new tactics from the 2009 Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Schimel is president of BizActions LLC. Previously he co-founded and served as president of The Profit Advisors, a business-consulting firm that coached hundreds of firms worldwide to maximize profitability. He also served as managing partner of a large Washington D.C. area accounting firm for over 25 years. Barry is a highly sought after speaker for trade and professional organizations worldwide. He co-authored several books, including 100 Ways to Profit in a Volatile Economy, All About Earnings, The Profit Game: How to Play–How to Win, and 100 Ways to Prosper in Today’s Economy.
Kravitz is executive vice president of BizActions LLC and is responsible for the company’s sales and marketing teams. He was also a co-founder and executive vice president of The Profit Advisors, a business-consulting firm that has trained hundreds of firms worldwide to maximize profit potential. He has co-authored a number of books, including 100 Ways to Profit in a Volatile Economy, All About Earnings, and The Profit Game: How to Play–How to Win. Prior to joining The Profit Advisors, Gary was the CEO of a technology-consulting firm that specialized in distribution automation.
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