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London South Bank University

Financial Management Hacks for Busy Founders: Intermediate (1)

Are you a founder and need a confidence boost on how to manage your businesses finances? Short of time and resources? New to finance? This is the bootcamp you need to develop.

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Financial Management Hacks for Busy Founders: Intermediate (1)

Time & Location

03 Sept 2019, 13:30 – 17:30

London South Bank University, 90 London Rd, London SE1 6LN, UK

About The Event

Financial management hacks for busy founders - Intermediate

Are you a founder and need a confidence boost on how to manage your businesses finances?! Short of time and resources? New to finance? Well, look no further. This half/day workshop is a no jargon no-nonsense boot camp to get your financial management skills up to scratch. You do not need to requalify as an accountant.

Have you've been running your business for a while and feeling like things are getting out of control? Spinning many plates? Are you behind with your financial management despite your good finance skills? Ramping up for a funding round but need to get your affairs in order?

This half/day workshop is for founders who feel overwhelmed by the constant demands in their business.

In this workshop, you will learn some powerful tools to build a management dashboard with a quick snapshot of your business. With tips and tools to get your staff fluent in the management information, you need to be a successful manager.

Prepare to be challenged, learn and receive support from your peers!

Letitia Seglah

With 10+ years’ experience in financial services, Letitia is an independent consultant to clients including BlackRock, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, and HSBC.

Letitia is a financial modeling expert and has worked with a number of startups helping them with all things financial and strategy related.

Prior to becoming an independent consultant, Letitia spent her career in equity research, credit risk and regulatory compliance. Letitia studied towards an MSc Finance at the London School of Economics.

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