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Recently, CFO On-Call hosted a free breakfast seminar in Melbourne’s CBD that showcased to business owners how to grow a business and improve profit and cash flow, without the confusing jargon and excessive price tag.

Hosted by CFO On-Call business partner, Greg Spiteri, the event gave business owners the tools to understand the financial fundamentals of business and demystify their business numbers to give them financial freedom and confidence in their business.

“One of the key roadblocks that business owners face today is not having the data at their fingertips to tell them how well their business is performing and being able to use that data to help drive the business forward,” said Greg Spiteri.

‘During this seminar, we touched on all the key points that can help business owners improve their profitability, so they have the basic understanding of how to drive their business and – more importantly – advise them on where and who to ask for help when they need it,’ said Greg.

Guest speaker, Amy Brandmeier from Xero Accounting Software & Online Bookkeeping, also presented at the seminar and offered guests an exclusive free special offer at the end of the event. Shane Dobney from Scottish Pacific Finance also presented at the seminar, sharing finance options and advice for business owners.

Missed out on the seminar? You can catch the entire presentation by clicking here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqqWhPye5qY.

Are you interested in finding out how we can help you improve your profit and cash flow? We’re offering you a free one-on-one session with a CFO On-Call Partner as well as a complimentary Xero demonstration.

If you’d like to take up this offer, please call us on 1300 36 24 36 or email info@cfoonccall.com.au to arrange a time.

By Sue Hirst Co-Founder CFO On-Call

Sue was managing an accounting practice when she co-founded the business in 1991. She has expertise in financial management, product and service development and human resource management.

Sue is passionate about explaining accounting concepts in clear English so business owners can make sense of their own numbers.