Business Finance: Cash Flow - Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole
7th December 2017
| Outset Bournemouth, United Kingdom
This hands on workshop will cover the different financial statements you need for your business, the differences between them and examples of how to use them. We’ll take you through a cashflow exercise so you can put this into practice - Financial Statements; Profit & Loss; Balance Sheet; Cashflow exercise. Planning your business cashflow is one of the most crucial parts of planning and the one that causes the most business failures. GetSet for Growth is a specialist service supporting businesses with the ambition and potential to grow and create jobs. It focuses on addressing the two biggest barriers to growth: access to customers and access to finance and offers a mixed programme of workshops, masterclasses, 1:1 advice and mentoring, delivered by teams of finance and marketing experts. DORSET BUSINESS GROWTH PROGRAMME The Dorset Business Growth Partnership is designed to help any Dorset county-based SME become more competitive. Dedicated strands of activity will include pre-start and start-up support, improving companies’ digital capabilities, management and leadership skills and scope for internationalisation. Access to finance will be delivered through grants and loans alongside advice, mentoring, training and events. The three-year SME Competitiveness programme to be run until March 2020, funded by the European Regional Development Fund, is led by WSX Enterprise and the Dorset Growth Hub with a range of support partners. The main consortium partners are as follows: WSX (Lead partner) The Arts Development Company Dormen Silicon South YTKO (incl. Outset & GetSet for Growth) The Partnership includes the following Local Authorities: North Dorset, Christchurch and East Dorset, Weymouth & Portland, West Dorset, Bournemouth Borough Council (Accountable Body), Borough of Poole, and Dorset County Council. The beneficiaries of the project are SMEs in the Dorset LEP geographical area from eligible ERDF sectors. The delivery plan has been developed in close consultation with all partners, links to and supports the Dorset LEP ESIF strategy and also addresses the issues identified by the Dorset business community as part of the Dorset LEP ESIF consultation process.