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In episode 13, we talk to the Marc Levit.  Marc has revolutionized the once difficult task of forecasting through his company, ForecastEasy.   He shares the inner workings of how forecasting can help a company set themselves up for success, when to do it, and why it doesn't have to be complicated to be useful.  

 

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The Month End Ep 13.1_IG “The only thing that we know about forecasts is that we’re going to get them wrong, but at least it helps to tell us the direction of - if we go somewhere - what it may look like.”

Marc Levit is the founder of ForecastEasy, a cloud-based forecasting tool founded in early 2021. ForecastEasy can guide strategies and goals for business owners and help them generate detailed reports for shareholders, banks, and potential investors.

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Episode Overview:

In episode thirteen, Accountfully's Managing Partner, Brad Ebenhoeh sits down with Founder of ForecastEasy, Marc Levit. Our first of two in depth interviews with Marc focuses on defining forecasting and why it is essential for a business to incorporate into their practices from day one.  As the name implies, ForecastEasy is a tool designed specifically to make forecasting easy for consumer brands.  Marc not only gives us great actionable financial advice, he provides us insight into real brand examples of wins and successes.  This is a must watch for CPG brands aiming to develop a profitable, long term brand.
 
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About The Month End Podcast:

The Month End provides emerging inventory based brands real life knowledge in the accounting, finance, and operational world. Our guests are not only similar brand founders and owners, but key stakeholders and contributors to the industry. Each episode provides a glimpse into the vast experience and insight from its guest’s unique background in a casual, conversational tone.

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