Cash or profit: what’s the difference? ; 6th October


 Many self-employed people and micro-business owners struggle from day to day, just worrying about whether there is enough money coming in to pay the most urgent bills.  But you can have cash and not be making a profit, and you can certainly be profitable and have no cash.

To plan your business properly you need not just to predict the cashflow but also to work out whether you are making a profit.  This session will look at how to calculate your real costs and how much profit you will make.


The speaker, Bruce Wood, has spent 25 years advising and training people starting up businesses and not-for-profit organisations, and running loan funds for social enterprises.  He is currently a free-lance consultant and trainer.



Date:  Thursday 6th October 2011

Start time: 6.30pm

Venue: Adam Lounge, 44  Portland Place W1B 1NE

Cost: FREE

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