iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / May 4, 2014
Affordable Money Management Training
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
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