Rebound and Recover Business Training Programme

12th June 2020

Whiting & Partners are delighted to have launched a series of short presentations, to support business owners through the next few months, as they seek to grow their business.

 

Some businesses need to relaunch, some are dealing with major changes to their operations or supply chain and some may be managing a huge demand in a specific area of their company.

 

This programme has been developed with all that in mind, and is a series of short, 10-minute videos – because we know how busy everyone is!  They are packed with information about how to manage a business through a time of crisis.

 

We are beginning with Phase 1, six modules concerning the state of your business now, with practical ideas to help you manage your working capital and access to finance.

 

We aim to support you all the way as you “Rebound and Recover” but these modules also require your commitment. There are tasks for you to do after you have watched the presentation, so you can use these ideas in your own business.

 

If you’d like to watch the first presentation, free of charge, please let us know by emailing fionamann@whitingandpartners.co.uk and we’ll send you the link and book a date in the diary to discuss what you thought, after you have watched it.

 

There will be a suggested donation of £50 to Mind, the mental health charity for the complete Phase 1 if you decide to complete the rest of the modules.  https://www.mind.org.uk/donate

 

Chris Kelly – Partner

 

PRESENTATION MODULES

 

Phase 1

 

1. Being a business owner

 

2. Cashflow & working capital – starting point

 

3. Managing your debtors

 

4. Managing costs

 

5. SWOT & Strategic Planning

 

6. Profitability Improvement

 

 

 

 



 
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