Financial Realities of the Corrugated Industry Revealed
Thursday, March 14, 2019
Posted by: Alyce Ryan
March 14, 2019 – AICC, The Independent Packaging Association, is offering School for Financial Managers and Controllers, to be held May 21-22, 2019, at AICC member W.H. Leary’s headquarters in Tinley Park, IL.
Taught by Mitch Klingher, CPA, Partner, Klingher Nadler, LLP, this popular seminar uses case studies to highlight issues that will give senior management a better understanding of a company’s financial strategy.
By reviewing situations at several fictional companies, including ABC Sheet Plant, Browncorr, and Crown Jewel Enterprises, participants discuss traditional financial reporting, contribution-based reporting, issues specific to service-oriented manufacturing companies, the economics of paper and corrugated, and many other topics critical to the success of corrugated manufacturing companies.
Katie Burke, Northeast Regional Account Manager, Tyoga Containers, said "with an engaging speaker, I learned a lot. I enjoyed the interactive activities and getting involved in the conversations rather than just sitting and listening."
Participants can earn up to a total of 15 hours of CPE Credits, issued by Klingher Nadler, LLP, as follows:
- Accounting - 3 Hours
- Management - 8 Hours
- Specialized Knowledge & Applications - 4 Hours
Mitch heads up tax and consulting departments at the CPA firm of Klingher Nadler in Fort Lee, NJ. With over 30 years of diversified public accounting experience, he specializes in paper conversion and packaging businesses and has developed industry-specific financial courses, in conjunction with AICC, for owners, controllers, and other managers. He has written numerous papers for trade publications and is a regular speaker at AICC's meetings. He also facilitates a number of CEO Groups. Mitch has an economics, and business degree from Lafayette College, Easton, PA and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the NY State Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Registrations submitted on or before Wednesday, March 20, will receive the early bird rate of $1,095, a savings of $200. Special rates are also available for companies sending three or more people to the seminar.
More information about the seminar can be found at www.aiccbox.org/calendar. Questions about seminars or webinars and the value a well-trained workforce brings to a company can be directed to Taryn Pyle, Director of Education & Leadership Development, email@example.com, or Chelsea May, Education and Training Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.836.2422.