Business planning.

1.00pm, Wednesday 04th March

Business planning.

Speaker: Rob Lockhart, Presenter-Westpac's Davidson Institute

Duration: 30 minutes

Whether you’re a start-up or a seasoned professional, developing a business plan can boost your confidence and have significant benefits for achieving your business goals. This interactive webinar will showcase the difference that a business plan could make for your business, and will then guide you on developing and maintaining your plan. 

This webinar is ideal for anyone who:

  • Has recently started their own business or is looking to start one in the future.
  • Is an existing business owner or manager who wants to write or refresh a business plan.
  • Is looking to develop business planning skills.

Following the 20-25 minute presentation, you also get the opportunity to ask your questions of our experienced Financial Educators. You will also have access to the handouts which will include a summary of the content and a transcript of the presentation.

If you are not able to attend the live webinar on this date you can view a recorded version here.

This webinar is a great starting point.   Why not continue your financial education journey with our ‘Optimising business planning’, or ‘7 steps to business success’ webinars?

Add to Calendar 3/4/2020 1:00:00 PM 3/4/2020 1:00:00 PM Australia/Melbourne Business planning. Is your business plan a living and dynamic document that keeps your business on-track and relevant? Does it help your business adapt and respond to a changing market environment? Join our free ‘Business planning’ webinar where we’ll help you learn about the essential steps to successful business planning. Westpac Webinar http://www.davidsoninstitute.edu.au/business/starting-your-business/foundations-of-business-planning/ Westpac's Davidson Institute false MM/DD/YYYY
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