Young and struggling startups need all they possibly can to surmount the many challenges they usually face.
That is why they need to be committed to learning and training in best business practices.
And given that they face quite an uncertain new year ahead of them, the urgency to learn new and better things becomes even stronger.
Yet such opportunities the world over are few and far between. But any startup that longs to get out of a rut and experience tremendous success has no option but to be on the lookout for relevant learning and training opportunities.
That taken, here is one such golden opportunity: on Jan 20, 2017, dozens of business and non-business minds will be gathered from early morning at the Villa Rosa Kempinski hotel in Nairobi to experience a demanded crash course on cashflow and working capital management.
Organised by Hammond Tutu & Gunther Ltd , the one-day seminar planned to run from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm targets, among others, business owners, partners, board members, operational managers, finance and non-finance managers to obtain insights on how to maintain a healthy “liquidity” for the businesses.
Coincidentally, after being exposed to such topics as optimising working capital, managing accounts receivable and inventory, strategic management of cash and working capital, planning, forecasting and monitoring cash and working capital, the training delegates are expected to be able to effectively carry out a number of critical tasks including:
“Reading and understanding balance sheets and profit-and-loss statements, understanding how to control and manage the cash flow of a business, forecasting cash flows and drafting a cash budget, evaluating projects based on their expected cash flows,” write the planners on Eventbrite.
The training costs Sh25,000 per participant exclusive of VAT. Limited slots available.
BY MOSES OMUSOLO