Kildare

...Making It Happen

Start Your Own Business - Begins March 21st

Venue:
Online
 
Date:
21/03/2024
 
Note:
21st & 28th March, 4, 11, 18, and 25 April and 2nd & 9th May
 
Time:
7pm to 9.30pm each evening
 
Category:
Start Your Own Business
 

The objective of Start Your Own Business programme is to assist aspiring and early entreprenerurs in assessing the viability of business ideas and in understanding the essential elements required to start-up and run your own business.

€50
Booked Out
 
 

Online Start Your Own Business - Begins March 21st

The objective of Start Your Own Business programme is to assist aspiring and early entreprenerurs in assessing the viability of business ideas and in understanding the essential elements required to start-up and run your own business.

 

We will also ensure that you gain an understanding of the taxation system, revenue regulations and will be able to understand the duties of your accountant.

Thursday, Mar 21, 2024

7pm to 9.30pm

Thursday, Mar 28, 2024

7pm to 9.30pm

Thursday, Apr 4, 2024

7pm to 9.30pm

Thursday, Apr 11, 2024

7pm to 9.30pm

Thursday, Apr 18, 2024

7pm to 9.30pm

Thursday, Apr 25, 2024

7pm to 9.30pm

Thursday, May 2, 2024

7pm to 9.30pm

Thursday, May 9, 2024

7pm to 9.30pm

 

Each week we will focus on a specific topic:

 

  • Self-Assessment – introducing your to the concept of entrepreneurship and what it means to be a business owner. The downs and ups and how to deal with both.
  • We’ll undertake a Personal Skills Analysis, set personal goals and look at the key steps to starting a business,
  • Legal Issues for Start-up businesses, including the companies acts and legislation; self-assessment taxation system, responsibilities to the revenue of the self-employed and doing business online.
  • Market and Market research, which aims to give a solid professional grounding in the principles of marketing leading up to developing a marketing plan
  • Sales and networking to include preparing sales pitches and networking pitches.
  • Administration and bookkeeping ensuring that participants understand basic bookkeeping, the creation of internal controls and revenue commissioner ready accounts, as well as how why and when to register for appropriate taxes. In this week we’ll also look at pricing, break-even analysis and funding options for your business.
  • Finance and financial management
  • Business Planning
  • A focus on sustainability to create a business that reduces its impact on the environment.

 

 

Places are limited and booking is essential.

A zoom link will be circulated in advance of the programme start date.