Hosted by Viljoen Consulting, Sisibukula and Business Engage (formerly WIF).
Getting started in the right direction will ensure a smooth transition from ‘wannabe’ to business owner and will allow you to focus on what you are good at – you know, getting that product and/or service to market. Ensuring that you have everything in place and working correctly. It will assist you in getting maximum productivity with minimum effort and that will always affect your bottom line. Getting your processes and procedures in place will ensure that your business is built on a strong infrastructure and that usually translates into a sustainable business.
The workshop deals with the everyday issues that arise when starting a new business. It will save you time and energy as well as money. The contents of this workshop will help you understand the ‘how to’ of getting your everyday business requirements done as well as the ‘what to’ that needs to be done
A Basic Practical Guide To Starting A Business is broken up into the following main titles below and starts off with the difference between a Sole Proprietor and a Company and how to register each of these entities.
– Accounting Records & General
– Banking Accounts
– Receipts and Banking
– Cheque Payments and/or Internet Payments
– Credit Notes
– Bank Reconciliations
– Petty Cash
– Control of Numbered Stationery
– Computerised Accounting
– Staff & HR Issues
– Money Laundering
– Stock Control
No prior knowledge of Starting A Business is necessary for this highly effective but simple to understand workshop that promises to equip you with powerful tools to register and manage your business on a practical level.
About the Facilitator – Nikki Viljoen
Nikki Viljoen is an Internal Auditor and Business Administration Specialist who has her own company called Viljoen Consulting.
Nikki has in excess of 35 years’ experience in this field both from a banking perspective as well as from a Corporate perspective.
Having seen a huge gap in the SMME market, Nikki started Viljoen Consulting to assist SMME’s to become compliant and to establish controls and processes and to implement structure into the smaller companies to give them greater stability, and to encourage sustainability.
Nikki’s business blog www.businessreality.blogspot.com/ or www.viljoenconsulting.co.za/ was recently internationally rated at 8.9 out of a possible 10. This places Nikki 5th in the world in her category. With her blog Nikki shares useful Business and Personal tips with anyone who cares to read it.
Date: Wednesday 28th August 2013
Price: R1 195.00 per delegate (includes breakfast snack/lunch/refreshments and course material)
Venue: The Oak Leaf
61 Rivonia Road
Price: R1 195.00 per delegate (includes breakfast snack/finger lunch/refreshments and course material)
Time: 08.30 AM- 4:00 PM (Registration from 08.00 onwards). Please allow additional travelling time to combat traffic.
RSVP: Please book no later than Monday 26th August 2013. Space is limited therefore bookings will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.
To book your place for Financial Literacy for Non-Financial Entrepreneurs, please contact:
Business Engage ( formerly Women in Finance) delegates please contact Colleen Larsen on firstname.lastname@example.org or 084-353-9865. Paid up Business Engage members get a 10% discount.
Everyone else please contact Nikki Viljoen on 083 702 8849 or email@example.com
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