Webinar

Business metrics that matter

9 March 2021

Looking to start a business but don't know where to begin?
Learn all the essentials you need to know to start off on the right foot.

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In this session with the Entrepreneurship Facilitator Service, leading accountant David Kenney walks you through the metrics that really matter in business. From how to structure your start-up, to the traps many fall into when beginning in business – expect to finish with a notebook filled with tips and advice.
 

During the session we explore:

  • Business acumen for start-ups
  • A guide to your business structure
  • Considerations when planning a start-up – funding, company registration, tax, GST, cash flow
  • Tricks and traps to be aware of when starting out
Christopher Mooney

Christopher Mooney

Entrepreneurship Facilitator (Campbelltown) | Business Australia

Serial entrepreneur Chris Mooney brings 40 years of B2B experience to the Entrepreneurship Facilitator Service. His extensive expertise includes strategy formulation, business transformation, business development, strategic marketing, communications and sales across a diverse range of of industries.

David Kenney

David Kenney

Partner | Hall & Chadwick

David is respected as one of Australia’s most reputable and capable strategic business advisors. His wealth of experience has equipped him with the stand-out capability to significantly impact Australia’s start-up and mature business owners.

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