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Dec 14
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4 Ways to Recession-Proof Your Annual Budget

Creating an annual budget in regular times relies on typically predictable variables; however, much of them can be thrown into flux during a downturn. 

If you’re uncertain about how to create a business budgeting strategy in the current economic climate, you’re not alone. Budgeting can be a challenging process when the stock market hits, supply chain issues, and cost-reduction measures are suddenly on the table. 

The good news is you can still set your business up for success during these times. Join Pilot’s GTM & Growth Lead, CFO Services, Bridget Martinez, and Gillian O’Brien, Pilot’s Founder in Residence, as they discuss best practices for ensuring your business’s annual budget is ready to weather any storm in 2023.

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Dec 14
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4 Ways to Recession-Proof Your Annual Budget

Creating an annual budget in regular times relies on typically predictable variables; however, much of them can be thrown into flux during a downturn. 

If you’re uncertain about how to create a business budgeting strategy in the current economic climate, you’re not alone. Budgeting can be a challenging process when the stock market hits, supply chain issues, and cost-reduction measures are suddenly on the table. 

The good news is you can still set your business up for success during these times. Join Pilot’s GTM & Growth Lead, CFO Services, Bridget Martinez, and Gillian O’Brien, Pilot’s Founder in Residence, as they discuss best practices for ensuring your business’s annual budget is ready to weather any storm in 2023.

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4 Ways to Recession-Proof Your Annual Budget

Creating an annual budget in regular times relies on typically predictable variables; however, much of them can be thrown into flux during a downturn. 

If you’re uncertain about how to create a business budgeting strategy in the current economic climate, you’re not alone. Budgeting can be a challenging process when the stock market hits, supply chain issues, and cost-reduction measures are suddenly on the table. 

The good news is you can still set your business up for success during these times. Join Pilot’s GTM & Growth Lead, CFO Services, Bridget Martinez, and Gillian O’Brien, Pilot’s Founder in Residence, as they discuss best practices for ensuring your business’s annual budget is ready to weather any storm in 2023.

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Bridget Martinez
GTM & Growth Lead, CFO Services
Pilot
Gillian O’Brien
Founder
Cherry

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Featured Topics:

  • Addressing uncertainty in your budget 
  • Re-examining your key drivers 
  • Recalculating your cash burn rate and extending your runway
  • Revisiting & adjusting your growth plans
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