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Event – Practical guide to Cashflow Management for Software Companies
Posted by Tom Early on 6 December, 2010 in Event | Links | Training

If Haynes did practical manuals for business instead of just cars and motorcycles, it’s likely that they’d have Cashflow as the most important topic in the book.

Unfortunately Haynes don’t (yet) have this manual available, which is why Enterprise Ireland is running an event ‘Practical guide to Cashflow management’. This event (running for a 2nd time due to demand) starts 8am  Friday 10th December at our offices in EastPoint. If you are interested in  attending this event, please Click here to register (as the previous session filled up very quickly, priority will be given to ‘Established’ clients who have an immediate need to put the lessons learned into practice).

This event is part of the EI Finance for growth series, More Details below.

A Practical guide to CashFlow Management

Friday 10th December 2010 8am – 1pm, Enterprise Ireland, EastPoint.

Enterprise Ireland is hosting a half day workshop and networking event which, in addition to dealing with Cash Flow Management, will also address the implications for SMEs of the December 7th Budget.

Proactively managing your cash flow is key to the success and survival of any business, particularly in the current environment.  Participants at this case study-based Workshop will consider a real life case in order to fully understand key cash flow management issues.

The speakers and Workshop leaders are

  • Brendan Binchy, CEO and Alan Fahey, Senior Consultant ROCG (Europe).
  • Declan O’Boyle, CFO of Rainmaker Business Technologies Limited, an EI client, will share his approach to maximising cash flow for his company and practical tips on what works for his company.
  • Paul Dillon, Tax Partner at Duignan Carthy O’Neill, will outline the implications for SMEs of the December 7th Budget


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