Date: 3rd June 2020
Location: Lloyds Bank, 42-46 Market Street, Manchester M1 1PW
Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Theme: Start a business, Business Strategy, Operational efficiency
Have you recently started your business and want to consolidate and explore moving to the next level? This session will cover cash flow management, costs, breakeven and pricing.
This workshop will cover:
- Cash Flow Management
- Financial Terms, what does it all mean
- Costs, breakeven and Pricing
You will gain insight into the basics all businesses should have in place as well as hints, tips and ideas of how to move your business forward. You will have the opportunity to gain valuable insights from other new business owners including challenges and strategies they have used to overcome these.
This workshop is delivered by Start Smart Advisors, who have a wealth of experience supporting individuals to start and grow businesses:
Caroline has over 12 years’ experience in supporting early stage businesses to start and grow. She assists businesses with devising strategies around financial planning, market positioning and promotion. Caroline is passionate about fostering confidence and tenacity in business owners so that they can build their businesses with knowledge and insight of the latest digital platforms and marketing techniques. Qualified in Business Marketing, Finance and Management, she has assisted family members in running enterprises throughout her life and has run her own content marketing consultancy and café in the Scottish Highlands, so understands the highs and lows of self-employment.
Business Advisor Ashley Alletson has over 5 years’ experience of supporting start-up businesses and works closely alongside Rochdale Borough Council and Bury Council to offer business advice in a range of areas to new enterprises. With a background in start-up business finance, he specialises in supporting individuals with financial applications, business planning and cash flow forecasting, as well as other areas, delivering advice to help grow businesses in the early stage and reach their full potential.