Bolster Your Vineyard’s Operations with a Strong Chart of Accounts

Start time:
On Demand
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online
Contact:
Amy Pendergrass, Moss Adams LLP, 209-955-6156.
Cost to attend:
Complimentary

Can you quickly understand how your vineyard or winery’s operations are performing based on management reports? If not, it may be time to revamp your chart of accounts (COA).

In this webcast we discuss the ways a strong COA can help your accounting system function—making it easier to organize, access, and report your vineyard’s core operations. We address key benefits a COA can provide, such as:

  • Handling your business’s increasing complexity
  • Strengthening your new accounting system
  • Assisting in central processes, such as developing and farming a vineyard and making and selling wine
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Speakers

Bill Vyenielo, Senior Business Consultant, Moss Adams

Bill has been working with clients in the wine industry for more than 25 years, and has been solving operational challenges for vineyard and winery clients since 2006. He works with owners and managers to successfully develop and manage their winery operations and build their brands, providing guidance in strategic planning, sales and marketing, and winery and vineyard production and development. Prior to joining Moss Adams, Bill held executive management positions leading and running estate winery operations ranging from start-ups and turnarounds to highly successful winery businesses. Earlier in his career, he was a lender and an appraiser with Farm Credit, where he was involved with large, complex loans and financing a diverse array of agricultural operations, including vineyard, winery, dairy, cattle, rice, hay, row, tree fruit and nut crop operations.

Carlo Lata, Tax Manager, Moss Adams

Carlo has been in public accounting since 2005. In his time at Moss Adams, Carlo has been involved in outsourced accounting and has served a wide range of clients in industries such as technology, life science, not-for-profit, and real estate. Carlo serves as a chair in the Technology Committee for the San Francisco Chapter of the California Society of CPA’s.

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