12 March 202410:00 - 13:00 GMT
Member: £275 + VAT
(Early booking £245 + VAT)
Standard: £365 + VAT
(Early booking £325 + VAT)
Available until one month prior
A business plan provides a living blueprint for running and growing a business. Attendees will discover how to ensure they are on course to meet goals, financial targets and operational milestones.
By the end of the course, attendees should be able to:
Write financial and marketing plans in a practical and time efficient manner
Organise their goals into annual, quarterly and weekly objectives
Understand the different components of a practical marketing plan
Recognise the importance of a cashflow forecast and use it to make important numbers-based decisions
Appreciate the identity shift required to prioritise these critical planning skills
Parag has been an award-winning business mentor to many of London’s elite entrepreneurs including: ProperCorn, the 5th fastest growing company in Europe (Financial Times, 2017); Weston Williamson, one of the leading architecture firms behind TFL’s £15Bn Crossrail project, and Chilango, voted one of Britain’s 27 most disruptive companies by the Telegraph.
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