Every turnaround CFO has a story to tell. Many have walked into chaos and have taken years to establish order. As the newly installed CFO of Betteridge Jewelers, Nick Fischer was faced with many key tasks, from getting up to speed with the company’s financials to organizing accounting records. Beneath all of these was one key objective: Growing Betteridge from an annual revenue of approximately $100 million to around $500 million in 10 years.
If he was to achieve this goal, Fischer knew he had no time to waste. He had to help streamline and improve their key finance and accounting procedures in an accelerated timeline. With that task checked off, Betteridge sets its sights on the kinds of transformation growth that would make that 10-year sales goal possible.Download Now