Greg is recognized for being a public speaker, author, and entrepreneur. He works with privately-held businesses on cash flow planning, business consultations, strategic planning facilitation, success planning, and transaction advisory services. Greg’s clients enjoy working with him as he cuts through the accounting industry jargon and helps them understand their data in an entrepreneur-friendly format.
Greg is the author of “Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits” and “Simple Numbers 2.0: Rules for Smart Scaling.” He has also contributed to Verne Harnish’s book, “Scaling Up.”
Years of Experience
University of Alabama, Bachelor’s
Professional & Civic Leadership
- Member Chair for [email protected] Executive Education program
- Past Global Board Member for Entrepreneurs’ Organization
- Past Member of National Area Council for Boys and Girls Clubs of America
- Past Board Chair for Boys and Girls Club of North Alabama
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
INSIGHTS FROM Greg Crabtree
Top 5 Priorities for Small and Mid-Sized Organizations in 2022
Taking a Fresh Look at Bankruptcy
Clear Vision: Moving Your Business Forward with Confidence
Why Profits Do Not Always Lead to a Positive Cash Flow...
Virtual Panel – Accounting & Business Outsourcing: Success Stories
Watching the Horizon: Do You Have the Data You Need to...
Real-Time Results: How Dashboards Can Help You Move Your Small Business...
Greg Crabtree AROUND TOWN
Think Big Act Small Podcast
CRI Partner Greg Crabtree recently spoke on the Think Big Act Small podcast with Tristan White on July 12, 2021. This episode explores the important leadership skill of managing cash and profitability in a business.
How To Hardscape – Simple Numbers
The “How to Hardscape” podcast hosted by Michael Pletz recently featured CRI Partner Greg Crabtree in an episode discussing Greg’s very own books. Both of Greg’s Simple Numbers books are discussed in an episode that outlines business financials, salary caps, and debt.