Finance modeling is greatly beneficial for small to medium businesses to assist in providing outlooks and improve decision making processes – offering the maximisation of opportunities and profitability.
Professor Robert Bianchi, Director of the Griffith Centre of Personal Finance and Superannuation. Robert will cover various issues relating to financial modelling and metrics for business. He will cover the trials and tribulations of historical figures versus forecasts of an income statement. Robert will also introduce the DuPont decomposition which allows you to understand the return on equity (ROE) of a business.
Tim Stokes, Managing Director of Profit Transformations will delve into Cash-flow and Financial Management to Generate Profits.Tim will share practical and most important points of understanding and managing cash flow. He will explain the relationships between pricing, profit, margins and cash flow in language anyone can understand. You’ll learn ways to increase the cash in the bank, without increasing sales and have more confidence with managing your finances.
The event is free, light refreshments will be served on the evening. Registration is essential.
Join us each month as we hear from leading academics and industry experts, as they cover a wide range of business topics relevant for ‘start up’ businesses and small to medium enterprises. Prior to the presentations, attendees have the opportunity for networking with like-minded professionals.
Held at the Griffith University Logan campus, each seminar covers a specific independent topic. In addition, in 2019 practical workshops will be held intermittently to help apply knowledge gained. It is not essential to attend the entire series, so feel free to attend any topic of your choosing as the year progresses.