Startup Breakfast Club: Financial Health

Ministry of Awesome's Startup Breakfast Club is your monthly morning caffeine hit where you’ll find valuable social networks, gain business insight, and find the critical support to power your venture forward. 

At this month's Breakfast Club, we’re going to talk about business models, financial goals and metrics, key accounting principles, and the phases of business growth relative to financial sustainability. Strong financial foundations are critical to your success in 2019 so this is an unmissable breakfast with immediate applied benefits to your startup.

We'll be joined by:

  • Richard Holstein
  • Richard Abel

 

Thanks to our friends at MYOB there will be breakfast treats to keep your brain and tummy wide awake, and our friends at The Sailors Son will provide free-flowing coffee. It's an absolutely FREE event, so claim your spot by registering now!

You won't want to miss this great opportunity to network with like-minded entrepreneurs and to learn from industry veterans who have been through the start-up and can help you along your journey. Startup Breakfast Club is ALWAYS sold out in advance so register early to make sure you don’t miss out. Register by Monday 28 January.

ABOUT OUR GUEST PANELISTS

Richard Holstein
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Richard is Campaign Marketing Manager and joker in residence at MYOB. He brings with him his experience in the business advisory, training and events manager at the Chamber, as well as many years of experience managing finance and cashflow in his own successful business ventures.
Richard Abel
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Richard is an accountant and business advisor based in Nelson. He is the Managing Director of an accounting firm with 10 staff. In addition to this, Richard is also involved in governance roles including being the Chair of Accountants and Tax Agents Institute of NZ. His qualifications include being a Chartered member of the Institute of Directors and a Professional Business and Tax Advisor.

You won't want to miss this great opportunity to network with like-minded entrepreneurs and to learn from industry veterans who have been through the start-up and can help you along your journey.

Startup Breakfast Club is ALWAYS sold out in advance so register early to make sure you don’t miss out. Register by Monday 28 January.