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Survive and thrive – reset your business for growth

When: Thursday, 10th September 10:00 am – 10:45 am BST

If you are a business owner who has done all the immediate crisis management like furloughing staff and deferring tax payments, you might well be asking, “What do I do next to keep my business going?” and “What else should I be considering?”

In this webinar Moore Kingston Smith will discuss a practical approach to equipping yourself for uncertainty. The host, Mandy Merron, Corporate Finance Partner, will be joined by her colleague Dan Leaman, Corporate Finance Director, who specialises in helping businesses adapt and plan for the future. Dan has over ten years’ experience in providing strategic advice to clients and eight years as both Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of SMEs. Having run a business himself, Dan is able to advise from a unique perspective.

Also on the panel will be Tim Stovold, Head of Tax and Richard Cummings, strategic HR Partner. They will give their unique take on the common tax and HR considerations and of course will be on hand to answer any questions.

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Ask Me Anything about [Cap Tables]

When: Thursday, 17th September 2020 from 8:30 am – 9:00 am BST

This 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. Through a conversational and jargon free approach, this AMA will provide founders a 15-minute overview of a cap table, and a 15-minute Q&A where you can ask the questions you’ve always wanted to ask.

When: Thursday, 17th September 2020 from 8:30 am – 9:00 am BST

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Tools and Tactics to safeguard cash and critical talent at the end of the Furlough Scheme

When: Thursday, 24th September 2020 from 9:15 am – 11:00 am BST

This webinar is designed to support business leaders who are looking to safeguard cash and critical talent as the Furlough Scheme comes to an end. For many sectors, demand remains weak and uncertain, making the prospect of taking on any further debt irresponsible. The need to hold onto limited cash reserves remains paramount. However, most astute senior leaders recognise that without critical talent, the business may not be in a position to capitalise on future opportunities. We’re pleased to welcome Richard Hare and Julia Terry from Peopletime who specialise in HR and employment law for SMEs.

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Raising Venture Capital: Why an “Investment Thesis” maybe the key to unlocking your seed round

When: Tuesday, 29th September 2020 from 9:15 am – 11:00 am BST

This webinar is designed to support business leaders raising their first venture round. Many founders continue to find closing their seed round incredibly challenging. Leaders of high-growth startups recognise that VC cash at seed can lead to much-needed investment in later follow-on rounds.

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West London Business ‘Talk at Ten’ coronavirus webcast series (every Thursday, 10AM)

West London Business have launched a new series of webcasts to help employers and employees manage the business impacts of Coronavirus.

 

The Executive Education team at the Imperial College Business School has launched a new online event series called Imperial Future Matters.

The webinar series will bring together Imperial academics and industry experts to debate major challenges facing businesses, including the COVID-19 pandemic.

Brunel Hive and Co-Innovate is launching a 6-week business growth programme, delivered via Zoom, to help you and your business adapt and deal with these challenging times. The programme is firmly built on entrepreneurial learning styles, with insights from academics, business coaches and business leaders on how to adapt to the challenges and reinvigorate your business to serve the changed market needs.

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