Whatever the size of your business, whether you’re in the early stages of development and planning, a new start-up or a growing company, it’s crucial to have sound financial planning and support in place as your business grows.
Join us for our fifth Manchester MicroMasterclass on 6 April on financial planning and management for growth. Topics that will be covered include investment and risk, sources of funding and cash management for SMEs. We’ll also be looking at the importance of accurate bookkeeping, the different types of HMRC tax investigations and recent changes.
The seminar will be accompanied by the chance to network with the business experts, professional partners and associates and other companies, giving you the opportunity to identify new companies of importance to your business and create new business relationships
Our business experts for this seminar are Graham Bond of Baker Tilly and Martin Horton of Rivington Accounts.
Graham is an audit partner in Baker Tilly’s Manchester office and is primarily responsible for looking after a number of the firm’s fast growing businesses and AIM listed clients. Graham has a particular focus on advising organisations within the Technology and Life Sciences sectors. He has several years experience of working with small quoted companies and is well placed to advise on Stock Exchange requirements.
Baker Tilly is the UK’s seventh largest accountancy and business advisory firm. Clients range from young entrepreneurial businesses to well established, listed and international organisations, operating in many sectors - a particular expertise is in helping owner managed, entrepreneurial and fast-growing businesses to achieve their ambitions.
The firm’s key professional services comprise audit and advisory, business recovery, corporate finance, forensic accounting, litigation support, tax and tax investigations and VAT. Sector expertise includes charities and education, media, pensions, professional practices, public sector, property, social housing and technology and life sciences.
Martin Horton has over twenty year’s accountancy experience in both the retail and manufacturing sectors. He now manages his own accountancy and bookkeeping businesses, working mainly with owner managed businesses employing up to five people.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis so don’t miss out, register today!
Registration closes on 5 April 2011.
If you have any queries regarding the event please contact Jacqui Waby.
T: 0161 606 7239