A challenging business MOT workshop for start-ups with Nnenna Anyanwu on Tues 29 September 12.30pm

Nnenna photoEvery car needs an regular check to make sure it is working efficiently. So do businesses! That’s what the work shop is about.  It is being facilitated by Nnenna Anyanwu who has a passion for well run businesses and community organisations.  This is her third appearance at enterprise club.

Nnenna Anyanwu (FCCA, PGCE, ACA) is a qualified accountant, a qualified teacher, business coach, author and an astute business advisor. She is the Managing Director of Brandstad Consulting Ltd. Nnenna advises and supports owner-managed and SME business professionals to help them grow and develop economic sustainability.

Nnenna will run a challenging session to enable you to review your business.  As she is an accountant this will most definitely include your financial management!

She is chair of a women’s support group which provides advice and development programmes to women wanting to develop their careers and business lives.

Nnenna is particularly enthusiastic about encouraging women entrepreneurs and facilitating the development of charities, voluntary and community groups.  This has long been a passion as she believes in the good work undertaken by this, generally not for profit group, provide for the community. She has written a book on wealth creation for women which builds their confidence and coaches women out of debt and into financial freedom.

12.30 – 2.30  (12.45-2.00 main session, followed by networking)

St John’s Church, St Johns Road, Seven Kings, IG2 7BB.

Please let us know if you will be attending this session by emailing me on ros.southern@sophiahubs.com or texting 07707 460309.

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