Improve your Financial Literacy Workshop

Improve your Financial Literacy

There is a direct link between financial literacy and business success. In this one-day workshop, you will learn how to read a profit and loss statement, the relationship between profit and cash flow and why your balance sheet is the most important financial report of all.

Thu 30 January

9.00am – 4.30pm

$495/person

When business owners understand their financial information, they make informed strategic decisions that result in business growth and financial stability. There is a direct link between financial literacy and business success. In this one-day workshop, you will learn how to read a profit and loss statement, the relationship between profit and cash flow and why your balance sheet is the most important financial report of all.

Who should attend?

      • Owners of startups to established business
      • Retailers (online / bricks and mortar stores)
      • Service based business selling time
      • Entrepreneurs running high growth ventures
      • General manager or key operations personnel
      • Managers responsible for financials budgets

What will I learn in this workshop?

    • How to analyse your Profit and Loss
    • Why your Balance Sheet is important
    • How to validate your pricing strategy
    • The difference between profit and cash flow
    • Gain confidence in your numbers
    • Use financial data to make better business decisions

“I have to say, these are, by far the most valuable workshops. They have had a huge benefit to our business in many ways. Whilst I knew we were growing, we didn’t have transparency that all of us could see and understand how we’re going today and in the future

— David Judge, CEO of Affordable Staff

financial literacy workbook

The primary aim of this workshop is to improve your financial literacy. We ensure you walk away with the confidence to:

  • Make better business decisions
  • Interpret what the numbers say about your business
  • Understand financial terminology
  • Prepare financials for board review