Business EDGE workshop | Wagga Wagga, NSW
Business EDGE is a two-day financial and business management training workshop for livestock producers. The aim is to enhance producer knowledge and skills in basic financial and business management to improve business efficiency and profitability.
Improving financial and business performance is particularly important given the continued climate of declining terms of trade, increasing land prices, tightening credit and rapid national and global economic and policy influences affecting beef enterprises.
The course is taught in a supportive and motivating environment using case studies and practical examples to bring meaning to the underlying principles.
This workshop is invaluable if you are seeking to gain skills in the following areas of your business:
- Planning ahead
- Confidence to change
- Understanding debt and profit
- Intergenerational involvement
What you will learn:
- Determine if all the family needs and aspirations can be funded by the business.
- Prepare and understand key financial information on your business.
- Assess and manage agricultural business risk.
- Understand and manage enterprise performance, including understanding what the key profit drivers are, how to influence them and what effect they have on overall business performance.
Presenter: John Francis, Holmes Sackett
Download the flyer here.
Date & time:
12 Dec 2018 08:30AM to 13 Dec 2018 05:30AM
Wagga Wagga, NSW (venue TBA)
1 person from business $1,500pp + GST, or 2 people from same business $1,250pp +GST. All prices exclude GST and are fully tax deductible. Up to 50% reimbursement for NSW RAA eligible participants (see flyer).
Contact Prue Francis, T: 0435 052 255 or E: email@example.com
Registrations close: Friday 7th December 2018
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