Thu, 23 Jul | Online Workshop

Record Keeping For Business Improvement

By the end of this workshop, small business owners will be able to identify records that are important for their business, learn how to keep the records, and how to use them to improve your business.
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Record Keeping For Business Improvement

Time & Location

23 Jul 2020, 17:00 WAT – 25 Jul 2020, 14:00 WAT
Online Workshop

About the Event

Members: See platform for 25% discount code 

By the end of this workshop, small business owners will be able to identify records that are important for their business, learn how to keep the records, and how to use them to improve your business.

It is useful for entrepreneurs who are running enterprises and who wish to develop their businesses, increase sales and reduce costs.

The workshop will be split over 3 days covering:

DAY 1 (5PM - 7PM)

PART 1 - KEEPING BUSINESS RECORDS

1. What is record keeping?

2. How can records improve your business?

PART 2 - A SIMPLE SYSTEM OF KEEPING RECORDS

1. Which records to keep?

2. The Basic Record Book

3. How to fill in the Basic Record Book?

4. Other useful record books

5. How to keep your records?

DAY 2 (5PM - 7PM)

PART 3 - USE RECORDS TO IMPROVE YOUR BUSINESS

1. Manage your cash

2. Manage your debtors

3. Calculate your profit

4. Calculate your Tax Payable

5. Create a Balance Sheet

6. Other uses of records

DAY 3 (12PM - 2PM)

PART 4 - ACTION PLAN & WRAP-UP

About the Facilitator

Stephanie Anyamele is a Small Business Consultant & Chartered Accountant with over 7 years’ experience in financial advisory, operations management and business strategy. She is the founder of What Next, Coach? and the Principal Consultant at Charles Ardor & Company.

Since setting up What Next, Coach? in Nigeria, in 2018, she has worked with over 100 SMEs in Nigeria through masterclasses, workshops, business clinics, coaching programmes and bespoke consulting projects. See testimonials here.

She has partnered with organisations such as TEDx Asokoro, She Leads Africa, SWEC By Adosser Bank & TACT Organisation. She has also been featured in interviews on BBC, Business Day NG, Nigeria Info FM & Channels Television.

Stephanie holds a first degree in Accounting & Finance from University of Birmingham and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants In England & Wales (ICAEW).

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