Disability Incubator Series – Building in financial sustainability



16 November 2022

As an entrepreneur, you need to be accounting for the sustainability of essential business resources right from the initial stages of your design. Time, energy, capital, cashflow, materials, knowhow, intellectual property are just a handful of critical components that require your attention.

Attending this webinar will help you prepare a considered financial model for your business, identifying suitable revenue sources and comparing alternative pricing strategies. Led by Verge Collaborative director Nat Ellis and joined by an industry expert, you will be guided through how to incorporate financial and personal sustainability into your business design from the get-go.

What you will learn:

Why sustainability in business is not solely about money.
The critical components of your financial model.
Factors that impact your pricing strategy.
How to anticipate and prepare for cashflow challenges.
Key topics: The importance of sustainability, such as time, energy, and finances. Financial modelling – sources of revenue, and start-up and ongoing costs. Pricing strategies and NDIS pricing (revisit). Managing cashflow.

Industry guest: Melissa Archer, Disability Sector Specialist Accountant and Business Advisor, Avanti Accountants

Outcomes: You will explore necessary ways of ensuring business sustainability from the initial stages and leave with resources and clearer models to ensure financial and wellbeing sustainability.

Attendees of this workshop will be awarded a digital badge.

NOTE: Should you require any support services to make the session more accessible, please contact tayana.grundy@acu.edu.au.

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