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iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / May 4, 2014

Affordable Money Management Training

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Do you have problems with managing money?

Every day millions of shillings exchange hands and every day millions more gets wasted. Managing money in this economy is a necessary skill, that unfortunately hasn’t been learned by everyone. Sometimes, it is through no fault of their own, sometimes people just don’t know better. There can be a lot of debate about this but at the end of the day, when all has been said and done; the profitability or sustainability of a small (or big) business is measured monetarily. If this is the case, it only makes sense that those at the helm of these businesses should have a strong grasp on the financial health of their outfit. Unfortunately, this is not always so. Most start-ups fail primarily because of reasons related to money, some outside their control e.g. a bad economy, but mostly reasons that are within their control. Managing your finances is a delicate balance between restraint and spending.

If you’re anything like me, finance-speak can be daunting and maybe even intimidating. This is why the African Management Initiative has developed a curriculum that is specially tailored for those who don’t have a finance background but want to have a strong grasp on the finances of their businesses and the financial decisions made. This training is not limited to start-ups. Individuals who feel that their finances need some semblance of order are invited to join in.

You should attend this training if you’re interested in

  • Taking your business to the next level
  • Learning how to manage money in your business and see the results on the bottom line
  • Gaining new skills to gain the respect of your employers and colleagues
  • Get a certificate from one of Africa’s top business schools (including SBS)

All at a price you can afford of Kshs 4250(You will be required to pay a deposit of Kshs 1000 before the day of the training. This fee covers meals and materials), all  you need is a laptop and a pair of earphones.

Join us on May 13th at the iHub, 4th floor, Bishop Magua Centre.  Sign up here if you’d like to be part of this training

Author : Mercy Deche


1 comment
  • Rebeccah Ogwankwa at 15:24:05PM Tuesday, May 6, 2014

    great idea

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