Date: Wednesday 3rd June 2020
Time: 11.00am (approx. 30/45 mins)
Location: Zoom (joining details will be sent following registration)
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have been understandably focused on stabilising cash-flow. As restrictions start to be eased, businesses will begin to look to the future and plan for recovery. For this reason, we thought it would be helpful to hold a “Life After Lockdown” free live webinar, dedicated to supporting businesses into the next phase of this crisis.
In order to effectively prepare, it is important for businesses to consider their cash-flow planning for the future. Our webinar will be hosted by Mark Grewer, Director at Hunter Gee Holroyd, who will offer his insight into the factors that will immediately affect businesses as the UK comes out of lockdown.
The webinar will cover a variety of topics, including:
- cash flow forecasting and why it is important
- how to approach cashflow forecasting (including running through a worked example and taking into account additional COVID-19 costs and considerations)
- and post-lockdown plans (including how you will work and respond to changes)
Mark will also touch on various funding options available: the COVID-19 government funding schemes, the typical contents of a Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) application, and other funding options worth considering outside of the government initiatves.
This webinar will be of particular interest to business owners and those in finance roles. If you have any other colleagues who you think might be interested, please feel free to forward this invitation to them.
If you would like to attend this webinar, please register at the link below:
We are encouraging attendees to send questions in advance. If you have any specific questions that you would like to be answered during the presentation please contact Clair Watmore at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01904 655202. It will also be possible to ask questions during the webinar, which will be answered at the end.