Venue
Webinar

What is Qwoted?

Qwoted is a free expert network: we help reporters connect with experts & we help those same experts build relationships with top reporters.

Event Date Fri Mar 19 EDT (7 months ago)
Location Webinar
Region All
Details

The undeniable path to enduring SME relationships for Accountants and Advisers is understanding the SME client’s business; past, present and future. What action can you take to place yourself at the forefront of business planning opportunities and drive a deeper relationship? The answer rests in the financial statements and using this information as your platform to ask powerful questions, lift the bonnet on the business, and create a strong impression as a trusted adviser. It is about piercing the SME psyche to have them excited about their numbers and reaching out for professional help in goal setting and forward planning.

The plan is to demonstrate how to cut through the clutter and strip away the mystery of reading and interpreting financial statements. We introduce concepts and processes that act as bell ringers for business owners and create a desire to act on optimising their cash flow, increasing profitability, funding growth aspirations and building the enterprise value

We focus on creating a business scorecard and narrowing it down to the metrics that matter and explore the power of benchmarking and what you can do to implement.

Participants will be provided with a workbook which will be distributed prior to the webinar. Participants will be encouraged to interact with the presenter as they go through the workbook.

Topics Covered:
• Practical understanding of financial statements
• Business Lending processes and insights
• Five steps to business success
• Financial measurement tools

Benefits & Learning Outcomes:
• What drives business success.
• How to measure and improve performance through financial statements.
• How to determine the appropriate loan and likely success – quickly!
• How to add value in each client interaction

Speakers

2021 Speaker

Stuart Donaldson
Business Leader, SME Sector