49616002/LEOBST018 - Business Planning & Accessing Finance 11/10/2022

Venue:
Online
 
Date:
11/10/2022
 
Note:
Tuesday
 
Time:
9.30am - 1.30pm
 
Category:
Seminar
 

This workshop aims to demystify the process of business planning & raising finance for your business.

€20
 
 

Workshop Objective

The impact of COVID19 and the challenges of BREXIT has made it even more important for businesses to have a Business Plan. The Workshop aims to demystify the process of a) Business Planning and b) Accessing Finance for your business.

The future direction for any business is captured in its Business Plan. In this regard, the cornerstone of any financial loan application is the Business Plan. The first half of the workshop is devoted to the Business Plan, focusing on research, content and structure.  In addition, how to write a business plan for an investment proposal for a grant or financing application - the critical elements that must be included and how to complete the document including the Executive Summary. 

General information on the types of loan finance available to SMEs from lenders such as the mainstream Banks, Credit Unions and specifically the revised MFI loan offerings (Microfinance Ireland). In addition to this, other types of financing will be discussed, such as leasing, invoice discounting, crowd funding etc. Specific information is given on how loans are assessed, including the type of ratios and ‘what if’ analysis that are generally applied. 

The trainers will give plenty of tangible examples of common reasons why loans are refused, and there will be reference made to the mechanism for appealing refused applications (including the Credit Review Office).

Location:
ONLINE 
Dates:
Tuesday 11th October 2022
Time:
9.30am to 13:30pm
Cost:
€20
Trainer:

Niall Glynn & Associates Ltd

Please note:

BOOKING PERIOD WILL CLOSE 24 HOURS BEFORE TRAINING COMMENCES. COURSES ARE LIMITED TO CO. WICKLOW BASED COMPANIES ONLY.

We respectfully ask you to only book the course you wish to attend out of courtesy to your fellow business owners.