Online: Business Planning – November 2022
November 2 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pmFree
The Business Planning workshop will introduce you to an invaluable planning tool, and help you to complete the process to fully understand your own business and its direction.
You’ll be taken through the completion of your own Business Model Canvas (BMC). It will give you insights into your customers and market, your value propositions, your channels and, of course, how to make enough money.
By completing a BMC, you’re halfway to a full-length business plan. You’ll leave this workshop with the skeleton of your business fully formed, and a full understanding of what comes next.
When is the Business Planning workshop?
This online workshop is being held on Wednesday 2nd November, 10am-1pm.
What will I do?
This 3-hour workshop will introduce you to the Business Model Canvas, an invaluable planning tool, to help you sketch out the shape of your business.
We will guide you through a rigid planning process, to help you map your:
Who’s delivering this Business Planning workshop?
Julian Grail MSc BSc GCGI FCMI is an experienced Business Leader and General Manager and has held Senior Management and Leadership responsibility in a world-class organisation. Julian has a keen analytical mind enabling him to effectively understand business problems. His key strengths are excellent managerial judgement, a good understanding of the key areas of business and the interaction between them, and coaching and developing staff at all levels. Julian is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and is in the final stages of a PhD investigating Leadership and Productivity in SMEs.
Where is it held?
This is an online course, held on Zoom. Get ready by Downloading Zoom to your computer. You’ll get an email to register and then a link to join the meeting. This online course involves exciting discussion, interaction, and practical activities with others in your shoes.
Business Planning workshops are offered by Start and Grow Enterprise, a University of Gloucestershire project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Start and Grow Enterprise supports the growth of Gloucestershire-based entrepreneurs and start-ups (trading up to 3 years) through free training, events, networks and resources.