Ask Me Anything about [Why Profit Does not Always Equal Cash] with Informed Funding Webinar – 3rd December – 8:30am

From-an-idea-to-maturity-the-5-stages-of-business-growthThis new Ask Me Anything (AMA) series is designed for business leaders who want to ask the ‘dumb’ and ‘obvious’ questions. Many financial professionals and investors take for granted that commonly used jargon is oftentimes poorly understood by their target audience, if at all.

“Cash is like air; profit is like food. You need cash all the time, but you can survive—for a while—without profit. Profit is the revenue remaining after deducting business costs, while cash flow is the amount of money flowing in and out of a business from all activities at any given time.”

Click here to register for the webinar event.

Attend this Crowdcast as Informed Funding provides leaders an opportunity to delve into important investment and financial concepts. Through a conversational and jargon free approach, this AMA will provide founders a 15-minute overview of Why Profit Does Not Always Equal Cash, and a 15-minute Q&A where you can ask the questions you’ve always wanted to ask. Through the Crowdcast, you’ll be able to ask questions anonymously and attendees won’t be on camera. You’ll be able to listen, learn, ask questions, all before the start of the working day.

Crowdcast Host Chris Dines, CEO of Informed Funding 

Chris Dines has a long career as an entrepreneur and thought leader in the areas of business intelligence, technology and growth company finance. An economics graduate, he qualified as a Chartered Accountant and managed a successful corporate finance team at PwC. As CEO, he built leading Tech Research business, Ovum, achieving an IPO on the London Market and subsequent sale (now part of Informa Group). He has built, from scratch, Knowledge Peers and Informed Funding, with both organisations focused on P2P knowledge sharing in the UK SME sector. He is on the Boards of leading PropTech business Key Agent and leading PR business, William Murray Communications.

 Gary Jesson, Managing Director of the EFM Network 

Gary is a Business Advisor and Finance Director with over 30 years of experience in working with SME’s. Gary leads EFM and supports SMEs with the benefits of many years building and running businesses, as well as raising finance, providing strong commercial discipline and leading companies through difficult periods.  As an experienced CEO, Business Advisor and Finance Director, Gary has helped nurture, run and grow over 40 businesses since starting at EFM. Away from the office, Gary demonstrates his mentoring & coaching practice including ICAEW mentor for Young FD’s.

Spaces are limited so register today for your virtual seat.