Business Coaching & Accounting: A Match Made In Heaven

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LIVE EVENT: Business Coaching & Accounting:
A Match Made In Heaven
A LIVE run through of a vCFO session.

Friday 15 July // 12:30p.m. - 2:00p.m.
@ Casa De Playa - 39 Main Street Mornington
$30pp includes lunch.

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We know the story. We’ve heard it a lot. You make the leap to start your own business because you want “more”. More: freedom, time, flexibility, money, autonomy.


But then. Reality knocks and reminds you of how difficult running a business can be – even more so when you feel like you are trying to keep everything afloat on your own.

You shouldn't need to go at it alone: a good business coach and accountant's goal is to stand beside you, in your business, through your highs and lows, helping you reclaim the mores that you may have sacrificed due to all of your various business demands.

If you have dreams to chase and goals to achieve, it might be time to reassess the outdated definition of an accountant.

In this workshop we’ll run through a LIVE strategic business coaching (also known as Virtual CFO) session. We’ll showcase real numbers, real cash-flow modelling, real forecasting and real scenarios that can be developed with a deep insight into the story behind the numbers, showing you how MORE can actually be done.

Don't miss your seat at this workshop! Registration is essential.



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