When was the last time you revisited your business planning strategy?
Do you need to secure finance or looking at new business ideas or products for export?
How are you tracking and benchmarking your business against your objectives?
How do you want your business to look 3 to 5 years from now?

A clear business plan is an essential for long-term business success – This outstanding workshop presents tips and tricks for writing a successful business plan. An impactful business plan is one that owners use to manage the direction of their business. This workshop supplies the basic elements of a winning plan including what lending institutions and investors may require.

At the end of this workshop you will understand:

  • What goes into a business plan and why

  • The importance of developing financials, marketing and strategic elements in to your plan

  • The requirements to bring thoughts to action

Workshop Details

Tuesday. 7 March 2017

9.30am – 12noon

Canning River Eco Education Centre (CREEC)

Canning River Regional Park
Corner Kent Street & Queens Park Road
Wilson WA 6107

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Expert Guidance From

Keith Mogford

Keith Mogford has in excess of twenty five years’ extensive commercial business background experience – specialising in business structuring / start-ups. Keith strengths lie within business development and training consultancy – he has helped numerous individuals, business and organisations to sustain and grow their businesses to become financially rewarding, by upgrading their business skills and knowledge through training, education, guidance, and mentoring. Keith has an extensive marketing experience in building and networking too small to medium size enterprises (SME’s) within Western Australia – brining relationships of stakeholders together with a common aim of doing business to business. Keith has been admitted as a member of the Australian Institute of Enterprise Facilitators as well as membership to the International Council for Small Business together with membership for the Small Enterprise Association of Australia and New Zealand.