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Van Diemen Project presents

Lunch & Learn: Understanding Financial Reports for Small Business

You keep records, you pay a bookkeeper or spend late night entering data in Xero, MYOB or something similar. The data from your records is really important for managing your business.

This session will help you understand some of the reports that you can generate from your system and how to make informed business decisions using the data.

Join Chris Davis, Managing Director of The Van Diemen Project as he demystifies financial reports in everyday language to help you make better, more informed business decisions.

At the end of the session you will have tools and series of actions for you to get your business in front of the most important people to your business, your customers.

The series is designed to help you think about how to get your business running in a sustainable manner. The series covers the topics of your business that are crucial for it to run successfully. Our goal is to your ideas out of your head into a format which works for you and your small business.

This Understanding Financial Reports session is part of the Australian Government Small Business Advisory Service Business Resilience Program. The program is specifically designed to assist small businesses suffering the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.

To be eligible for the ASBAS Business Resilience Program, you must be for profit, have an ABN and employee 19 employees or less.