When: Wednesday, 31 May, 2017
Time: 08:00 to 10:00
Where: Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, George Square, Lanarkshire, G2 1EQ
Cost: £39 (Chamber members), £59 (non-members)
EFM will share and demonstrate ‘10 things you can do today to improve your finances’, providing practical examples and worksheets to help you get maximum value from this session.
This working session will look at ways to improve your finances from the perspective of internal and external costs, customer activities, products and services and also the various grants, rebates and other external schemes which are currently available.
- Maximise your profits
- Take control of your supply chain and cost base
- Improve cashflow and revenues
- Access valuable SME support entitlements, grants, etc.
- Mitigate Brexit risks and be better placed for opportunities.
Presenter: Adair Simpson, EFM Scotland
Adair is the Founder and CEO of EFM Scotland and as a chartered accountant he has amassed a vast experience in all areas of finance and commercial, as well as having significant experience in executive management & leadership roles. Adair is passionate about not only improving the financial viability of an organisation but also operational efficiency, growth and establishing a culture of ownership and accountability.
Having held executive roles in some of the UK’s largest and fastest growing organizations as well as a number of international roles, Adair delivers a support and enabling function that puts emphasis on future events and embeds the finance function at the heart of the organisation’s operations. His experience includes:
• Rapid growth and start up companies
• Business Turnarounds
• Raising funds via PE/VC and debt
• ERP design and implementation
• Business consolidation and restructuring
Adair looks to get companies to a state of readiness by partnering the business and working with them and their stakeholders on their journey.
contact Adair at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest Speaker; LDC Colin Bennett
LDC is a regional mid-market private equity investor, backed by Lloyds Banking Group, specialising in providing equity finance for private companies to fund organic and/or acquisition driven growth, and to fund shareholder succession and exit planning. LDC is a relationship based equity investor where our focus is on backing ambitious management teams, partnering with them to add tangible value while allowing them to run their business.
Colin is an Investment Director based in Edinburgh focussed on investing in and supporting SME and mid-market businesses across Scotland.
Please book now - spaces are limited