Byron Dyck In 60 Seconds...

A business executive with more than 30 years experience both as a business owner, as well as working alongside and coaching business owners and staff. Passionate about seeing clients prosper, excel and achieve their long term goals.

Specialist Skills

Business Planning

Developed Business Plans for Multiple Businesses

Budgeting & Forecasting

Developed Budgets & Forecasts for Multiple Companies

Cash Flow Improvement

Built Cashflows for Multiple Companies

Banking Relationship

Expanded Banking Relationships for Clients

Management Information

Acquire & Implement Management Information Systems

Track Record Highlights

  • Implemented similar systems to grow revenues 2.5X
  • Built Specialized cash-flow: continuously forecast cash/cash requirements for construction company with 20-30 simultaneous projects; Integrated bank draw requirements
  • Strategic Coaching/CFO for medium sized manufacturing company
  • Owner/Operator/CFO of Small Residential Building Company
  • Owner/Operator/CFO of Small Land Development Company
  • Owner/Operator/CFO of Livestock Farming Operation

Sector Experience

  • Construction Residential Sales, Operations, Finance
  • Manufacturing
  • Agriculture, Farming
  • Property/Real Estate Land Development/Finance
  • Transportation & Logistics

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