What is it?
This is a short four-part webinar series of 4 x 90 minute workshops. In this webinar series we will look at the key financial aspects of running a small business.
From paying tax, to tracking your expenses and understanding your financial obligations, there is a lot to consider and sometimes it can be overwhelming.
These webinars have been designed to reduce the overwhelm and answer all your financial business queries. Each workshop will include PopUp Financial Controller and chartered accountant Keitha McLennan alongside another financial expert.
These interactive workshops include plenty of question and answer time so our financial experts can look at any specific queries you might have.
We will cover the following topics:
Date: 25th Nov, 2nd, 9th & 16th Dec 2020
Times: 11am to 12.30pm each session
Cost: Free for alumni with koha (donation) tickets for the public.
Eligibility: Open to all!
Support the Work of PopUp Business School Aotearoa
We want to ensure we support as many small businesses as possible so these workshops are all by koha (donation) so you can pay as much or as little as you can.
These donations will go towards our work to support New Zealand's small businesses. This includes more resources and tools such as these specialised webinars with more targeted and practical content to help our local business community thrive.
These workshops are brought to you by the PopUp Business School Aotearoa.
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Keitha Mc Lenna from Human Accounting and PopUp Business School Financial controller, will be leading the workshops. Keitha is a Chartered Accountant with eleven years of NZ business advisory experience across a variety of client businesses. She has a passion for helping small business owners grow their businesses and investments, while ensuring they meet their compliance responsibilities.
Keitha spends her time working with her amazing clients (one of which is the PopUp Business School Aotearoa) via Human Accounting. When she’s not working she’s usually running around after her sons! For more information go to the team page.
Joining us for the fourth Workshop: Intro to Accounting Software is Lisa Martin. Lisa founded GoFi8ure, a Wellington-based mobile accounting practice working across New Zealand with offices in Wellington, Hutt Valley, Auckland and Dunedin. At GoFi8ure, people are at the heart of the business - whether that's maximising our clients' time by travelling to their offices to work on their accounts, or giving all our staff the flexibility to take charge of their own role in the business.