New Business: How To Start On The Right Foot

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WEBINAR: New Business
How To Start On The Right Foot

Friday 27 May // 1:00p.m. - 2:00p.m.
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Time and time again, we see businesses started with the greatest of intentions, yet the critical foundations that are fundamental for business strength and growth, are not implemented from the start. 

Not just for young entrepreneurs, this webinar is designed for anyone who is within their first 2 years of a new business to ensure you've got the most important operational, legal and financial structures in place. Here's what we'll cover:

BUSINESS STRUCTURE

Clarify growth plans
Purpose of business
Your Business Plan
Your 'On-Paper' Structure

EMPLOYEES

Hiring
HR
Apprentices
Government Incentives


FINANCE

Cash Flow
Understanding your numbers
Setting prices
Know your margins
Bookkeeping

APP STACK

Invoicing
Tax Management
Inventory
Client Management
Industry Specific Software

RISK MANAGEMENT

OH&S
Insurances
Patents
Trademarks
Copywright

LAW & COMPLIANCE

Business registrations
Company Structures
Licences
Codes of conduct

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