Would you like to manage your cash flow better, understand business financials, and improve profitability? Let's face it. The most common reason for business failure is lack of cash flow. So, if you're worrying about cash flow, or confusion around financials has you tossing and turning at night, then this workshop is sure to give you some helpful insight.
You don't have to be great with numbers to attend. Just bring a calculator and your business financials to review on the day. (If you don't have financials to bring along, that's OK too.)
Understanding the cash gap that can bring businesses down
What is margin vs markup
Why a ratio analysis is important
Benchmarking to help you judge how you're doing relative to your competition
Budgeting and strategies to improve cash flow and profits
This workshop is suitable for: Business owners or employees wanting to improve their financial knowledge, cash flow or profitability.
About the presenters: Jeremy Carter is the Chief Enthusiasm Officer of Rapport Leadership International in Australia. Jeremy started his career as a computer engineer and worked his way up to being the Oceania Managing Director of international technology company, National Instruments. In the subsequent two years, he increased revenue by 62% without increasing headcount. Since leaving the corporate world, he has worked for twelve years as a leading business and executive coach, winning numerous awards and recognition for both himself and his clients.
Graham Sanders Graham has over 35 years? experience in the corporate Manufacturing and Services sectors, as Finance Director, Company Secretary, Financial Controller and Commercial Manager. Graham recently was awarded with recognition of 40 years as a CPA. For the past twelve years, Graham has been assisting SME?s as their CFO/Financial Business Advisor. This involves working on the business with the Business Owner to initially stabilise the business if required and then work on strategies to grow the business and reach the owners? goals.
What previous attendees say about this workshop: I would rate SMART Financials a 10/10. I learned simple ways to better understand Company financial statements and how to calculate ratios to measure business performance. ? Kerrie Sheaves, Men In Action