Financial Management Workshop - 10th October

Venue:
Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan Road, Co. Dublin
 
Date:
10/10/2019
 
Time:
6.00pm - 9.00pm
 
Category:
Workshop
 

Find out why Financial Management and Literacy are critical to Small Business Owners at this evening workshop.

€20
 
 

Financial Management Workshop - 10th October 2019

Many SME owners can find themselves running a business without any formal business qualification and subsequently lack the skills and confidence to make important business decisions. Good financial literacy is essential in any organisation and especially for SMEs that are looking to expand and compete in this increasingly complex commercial world.

Business owners who are knowledgeable and understand their finances will be able to make informed decisions about the future of their business and prepare for any challenges or opportunities that may arise.

Having good financial literacy and the skills and confidence to make important business decisions will impact your ability to raise finance, forecast accurately, scale and prevent practices which often lead to failure. 

Local Enterprise Office Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown are running an evening workshop on Thursday 10th October to advise small business owners on the importance of financial management and literacy and to help them understand the basics and get some practical tips.

Date:Thursday 10th October 2019
Time:6.00pm - 9.00pm (Registration 5.45pm)
Venue:Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan Road, Co. Dublin
Fee:€20

The session will cover:

  • Financial planning for the next 18 months
  • Cashflow management, the art of not running out of cash, good pricing and tight cost management
  • Profit and loss projections
  • Best practice for financial management
  • Checklist for applying for finance

Delivered by: Clare Fay, Entrepreneurs Academy

Clare Fay CroppedClare is an ACCA accountant and has held senior financial positions with corporate businesses and Multi National organizations. She has 19 years post qualification experience and can adjust easily to different working environments.

Clare has had a varied experience in staff management, training and development working in the capacity of Team Leader and Manager with Whirlpool, CONCERN Worldwide and University College Dublin with responsibility for teams of up to 18 staff.

Clare has held Country Accountant position with Concern Worldwide in Cambodia and also Financial Manager with Concern Worldwide in Malawi. A key element of Clare’s role while overseas was to train and develop local staff in finance-related functions taking into consideration multicultural environment.

Since joining the Entrepreneurs Accademy as an Associate in 2002, Clare has delivered financial management training to SME Senior Managers, small business owner/managers and non-financial staff. Her interactive and inclusive training style ensures she can adjust easily to different levels of financial knowledge and understanding.  Clare also lectures on a part-time basis in Accounting with University College Dublin.

CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting

Local Enterprise Office Dun Laoghaire have partnered with CIMA to incentivise companies wishing to improve their financial literacy. This is a practical and broad course aimed at owner managers key employees of SMEs who want to learn best practice in the areas of; Business Economics, Management Accounting, Financial Accounting and the fundamentals of Ethics, Corporate Governance and Business Law.

Representatives from CIMA will be presenting at the Financial Management Workshop on the 10th October so this workshop will also provide you with the opportunity to learn more about the CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting.

 

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