One of the biggest challenges to growth for most businesses, is the managing of finances. Knowing the difference between a cash-flow forecast and a profit and loss forecast, and more importantly, why you need both. Whether you’re finance savvy, or need a refresh, this session will guide you through the maze of financial forecasts and how to create them for your business, offering templates to use and guidance along the way.
Personal survival budget
Profit & Loss forecasts
The differences between forecasts and why you need them
Templates and guides to create them for your business
Those who may wish to apply for finance or grants will find this especially useful.
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Our events are fully funded and open to all local businesses, however you will need to complete our registration and enrolment forms in order to participate. Visit our website to complete this online before attending or alternatively, please turn up to your chosen event 15 minutes early to finalise in person.
Andrew Hatcher, Senior Business Finance Advisor
As a Senior Business Finance Advisor for GetSet, Andrew brings with him many years of experience working in the financial services, media and technology sectors.
Having been involved in Venture Investing as part of the Greenhouse Fun, he has also started up, run and sold a number of businesses in the UK and US. He has experience in all areas of finance from simple business management through to crowdfunding and ultimately to acquisition and divestment.
Andrew is an avid cyclist and Brighton and Hove Albion fan, and is delighted to be joining the experienced team of professionals at GetSet for Growth East of England. He is looking forward to working with SMEs across the region to help them optimise their financial situations and implement sound business planning principles to achieve their growth potential.