The Fitness Bootcamp is a concept that has captured everyone’s attention and we all know someone who has rapidly improved their fitness through disciplined group workouts.
The Credit and Cash Flow Bootcamp is a joint venture of two specialist firms to provide seminars, articles, networking opportunities and information to SMEs and their advisers.
If you or your clients are complaining about their cash flow, you are not alone. One of the key issues facing SMEs today is the need to continually improve credit and cash flow processes. The Credit and Cash Flow Bootcamp is focused on introducing techniques and information to key decision-makers in SMEs and starting an ongoing dialogue with business.
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We are holding introductory morning seminars across Sydney: SME Training: Faster, leaner and smarter business
Places are limited and priority will be given to SME accountants and their nominated clients.
We are holding seminars across Sydney to help SMEs and their advisors deal with the credit and cash flow issues they face.
The purpose of our “Boot Camp” is to introduce proven ideas to key decision makers in SMEs to improve their business.
This is an excellent opportunity for you to educate your clients if you’re a professional adviser.
The presenters, Simon Allsop and Ben Sewell, are focused on SME business process development and will be providing relevant and practical information and resources to all participants.
These seminars are free but is by invitation only and places are limited.
The current seminar calendar can be accessed through our site: http://creditandcashflowbootcamp.eventbrite.com/
Simon Allsop is the founder and Managing Director of myaccounts, a Sydney based accounting support company that provides a range of bookkeeping, payroll management, BAS & GST compliance and reporting services to SME businesses.
Simon started his career in accounting in the Audit division of KPMG. Simon’s vision for myaccounts was quite simple. Take the operating procedures of large companies and use them to help smaller organisations perform better. Using university trained bookkeepers, supervised by experienced managers and proprietary reporting formats he has rapidly grown the company. His special area of expertise is in the use of regular management reports to provide a clear picture of business performance.
Ben Sewell is a principal of Sewell & Kettle Lawyers and he specialises in debt recovery and insolvency law. He helps creditors to maximise recoveries and find solutions for businesses that face insolvency risk.
Ben’s contributions to the area of debt recovery and insolvency include being a contributor to the industry journal “Credit Management in Australia” and teaching the postgraduate Insolvency Education Program to accountants and lawyers through the Insolvency Practitioners Association of Australia.