How to stop things going wrong in your business!

By The Business Hive | Event Date: 22 Jun 2018

9am until 11am at the Business Hive, Grimsby.

This workshop from Forbes Burton is being hosted by Rick Smith and Ben Westoby and will be a great source of information for any business, new or longstanding.

Focused on business improvement, this early morning session will give you key information on avoiding the pitfalls that many businesses fall into and offer invaluable advice to give you the best chance of owning a successful thriving business.

We never want to think about things going wrong but if they do, what should you do??

Using real life examples Rick and Ben will guide you through how to avoid the problems that unfortunately they see too often.

What you’ll learn from this session:
Why it is imperative that you know your figures
How to make sure poor cash flow doesn’t impact your business
Why you should minimise borrowing whenever possible
Why you shouldn’t fall into the trap of using HMRC as a bank (most do!)
How to tell if your company is in trouble and needs help
Why do I need to attend?
Rick Smith has over 20 years’ experience in helping businesses overcome their problems and has recently appeared on the BBC and Sky News. He also contributes regularly to national Magazines and Newspapers with business advice

Ben has worked with hundreds of businesses as a Senior Client Manager and helped them overcome their financial and trading problems.

What people say
Previous people have said this workshop is:

Excellent, Great, Very Good, Well Delivered and of great interest, and scored it 5 out of 5.

Find out more information about Forbes Burton at www.forbesburton.com

To book your place please click here.

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