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Managing finance in a growing business workshop

Date: October 5th, 09:30-12:30

 

Do you want to show your business finances in the best light to funders and investors? 
How well do you really understand your accountant’s advice? 
 
This workshop, delivered by our Velocity Growth Hub in conjunction with Addison Accounts, will allow you to make better-informed decisions about growth and take more control of your finances. It is set take place at RBS in Luton.

Who should attend? 

Owners and managers who want to understand the financial implications of growing their business or who simply want to improve its financial performance and efficiency. 

Please note due to our funding you must be an established business to attend this workshop. 

What you will learn 
• The purpose and use of key financial documents and the meaning of accounting terminology 
• The financial and legal implications of increasing your sales turnover and taking on new staff 
• Sources of growth finance and their implications for your business 
• Key financial performance indicators, why they are important and how you can affect them. 
 
Find out more about this event and book your free place by clicking HERE.

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