Start-up Leeds: forecasting your cash flow


2nd November 2021 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Get practical advice for understanding the money coming in and out of your business.

About this event

In our fifth workshop at Horsforth Library, we’ll be taking a closer look at cashflow forecasting and what you need to consider for your own cashflow forecast.

A cashflow forecast is a useful tool for guiding your decisions and helps you see what money you have coming in and going out of your business.

In this session, you’ll:

• Gain an understanding of the cashflow forecast, using a worked example to see how it works

• Identify the different costs for your business, including variable costs and fixed costs

• Draft your own cashflow forecast

This workshop will be delivered by Gareth Allen.

About Gareth:

Gareth Allen is an experienced coach who works with start-up businesses as well as large corporate organisations. Having occupied senior management roles in retail and banking, he now runs his own business and helps others to achieve their potential.

About Start-up Leeds:

Start-up Leeds gives anyone with a business idea the skills and confidence they need to take their business further. The programme will be delivered in selected libraries across the city, starting in Horsforth Library and linking into a wider programme of talks at Leeds Central Library, and will feature a range of specialists covering the skills and knowledge you need to take your business to the next step.

You can attend the full programme or dip into the topics that best suit your needs.

Start-up Leeds is delivered in partnership between the Business & IP Centre Leeds and AD:VENTURE. To find out more contact

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