Do you know how your business works?
We would hope so, but we’re all guilty of blagging it every now and again. A lot of entrepreneurs start off by winging it – they’ve got a product to sell or they’ve got the contacts to use – understanding the nitty-gritty isn’t a priority. Although, if you’re thinking about growing your business in the future, you’re going to have to get familiar sooner or later. We suggest sooner.
At this month’s networking event we are looking at how to focus on the right problems and find solutions that work long-term. Rather than patch-jobs that keep things ticking over, we’re here – or rather Matchbook Associates is here – to help you develop the understanding needed for a smooth operation.
This session is right for you if you’re interested in the following:
- Understand your business performance by using the right metrics
- How to choose which employees to involve in financial operations
- How the 5 key drivers of business work together to effect business performance
- Improved understanding of cashflow, profit & loss, assets and balance sheets
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jaan Scott – Matchbook Associates Ltd
For over 10 years, Jaan was part of an MBO team with manufacturing sites in UK, USA and China. He has been a member of Bolton University Research and Innovation committee on behalf of Industry, a member of the Bolton University MedTech committee and conference Chairman for EDANA (European Nonwoven and Disposables Association) in Belgium and Geneva.
Matchbox Associates helps ambitious companies to become bigger and more successful. That’s often about achieving increased turnover, higher profits, implementing projects faster or finding new customers. Their offering includes management consultancy, executive development, regional growth funding, mentoring and training.
4:00 – 4:30pm Registration
4:30 – 5:30pm Presentations
5:30 – 7:00pm Networking
Please note that photographs will be taken at this event and on arrival guests will be asked to sign a disclaimer agreeing that the University of Central Lancashire may use images in publications and advertising media, such as brochures, information leaflets, posters and other formats in the promotion of the University. The images may be used in these formats without further permission or payment, for the foreseeable future.
This event gives you the opportunity to network with like-minded people in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. A pizza buffet (with vegetarian/vegan options) will be available.
This workshop is partially funded by the U Start project to support students, graduates and university staff to unlock their entrepreneurial potential and become enterprise ready. This event in in conjunction with Lancashire Forum Creative.Click to book your place online