Come along and give your business a boost with this Beyond seminar:
Speaker name: LIAM QUINN F.C.A.Chartered Accountant.
Brief outline of what will be covered/benefits for those attending:
The seminar will deal with identifying different sources of funding and how best to prepare an application in order to secure the appropriate funding for the business.
The seminar will cover:
* Bank finance * Grant Funding * Alternative Loans * Asset Finance
The seminar will consider the format and content of a business plan which would form part of the application process for many funding sources. What are the key areas that funders / lenders will focus on and why a well prepared business plan is fundamental.
Audience – Who should attend this event?
* New Business Start ups seeking initial Capital * Existing Businesses seeking finance to expand * Businesses with some cashflow challenges looking to restructure * Delivery Format e.g. seminar style, group work, case studies etc
Seminar will be a powerpoint presentation delivered in an informal style with questions and discussion.
About the Speaker
Liam Quinn qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1995. He worked for PWC for 6 years in Audit and Corporate Finance working in the Belfast, Dublin and Birmingham offices. He has been Financial Controller with Newry & Mourne Co-op Limited for over 12 years in which time he has worked with small start up businesses, existing businesses and limited companies. He has project managed the development of 90,000 sq ft of workspace development on three sites including negotiations with a range of funders and banks to secure the necessary capital required.
He is currently a Director of Newry Credit Union and Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors for St Colman’s College.
Newry & Mourne Enterprise Agency was set up in 1983 as a division of Newry and Mourne Co-operative (founded, 1972). It was the first local Enterprise Agency on the island of Ireland. It’s mission is to promote jobs and create wealth in the Newry & Mourne area.
The climate in Newry & Mourne has changed since the early days of the Enterprise Agency. Major retail developments, inward investments and recent changes in political and economic relations within Northern Ireland and between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland have seen the levels of unemployment drop dramatically and a rise in the standard of living in general. In this ever-changing environment Newry & Mourne Enterprise Agency has adapted to it’s objectives.
Date: 21 January 2015 Time: 9.30am Cost: £15.00
Venue – Hillyard House – Castewellan.]]>