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TANOE hosts the Effective Financial Management for Startup & Small Businesses Workshop

Mental fortitude is essential for entrepreneurship and it is for this reason that Wednesdays for Entrepreneurs in Ghana will never be the same again. Being the day for the TANOE Workshops, Entrepreneurs get the opportunity to build their knowledge in several sectors, enhance their capacities and position them for massive business growth. Since its inception in May, 2019, TANOE Workshops are fast becoming the go to for insightful, empowering and practical business and entrepreneurship development training and productive networking.

Slated for this coming Wednesday, 19th June, 2019 at the Ekow Mensah Consulting (EMC) Office at Roman Ridge Arcade at the Airport Residential Area, Accra from 5pm to 7pm, the 7th Edition of TANOE Workshop under the auspices of TANOE Money and in association with Ekow Mensah Consulting will focus on Effective Financial Management practices for startup and small businesses that guarantee growth.

This 3rd workshop in the Finance & Investment Literacy Series will be hosted by the founder and CEO of TANOE and Managing Consultant of EMC, Mr. Ekow Mensah and be facilitated by Adisa Tinorgah-Seidu, founder and CEO of Odo Asem. She graduated from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she studied International Business and did her internship at Credit Suisse Bank in New York and later as an analyst in Credit Suisse’s Retail & Consumer Products Group. After three years on Wall Street she decided to move back home to Ghana to set up her own business; Odo Asem, a leading romance superstore and gift shop currently in its 10th year of successful operation.

She will be speaking on how to effectively manage business finances as startups and SMEs in order to guarantee growth and survival. The workshop promises to be insightful, engaging and empowering as her presentation will touch on very pertinent bookkeeping and accounting practices, managing inflows and outflows, common cash flow challenges and how to mitigate them.

It is a workshop not to be missed. There are limited seats, so interested participants are encouraged to register at www.tanoe.org/registration or send a WhatsApp or text to 0203033733.

TANOE Workshops come off this and every Wednesday! For updates on schedules and topics, visit www.tanoe.org/workshops

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