This webinar is part of our free, open-access Business Bootcamp online training programme. Developed with Accenture, it has been released in response to the professional needs of women entrepreneurs in low and middle income countries, arising as a result of COVID-19.
Business Bootcamp 23: Building your skills and sharing knowledge with your team
The purpose of this webinar is to provide you with the key fundamentals of accounting and finance for any business, explain why it is important for finance knowledge and capability to be passed on to teams, and highlight the different methods and techniques of doing this.
Having completed this webcast, you will be able to understand the key fundamentals of accounting and finance in business, understand why it is important to build financial literacy skills and information within your teams, and how it can benefit your business and understand techniques for sharing your knowledge across teams effectively.
Our speaker, Claire Williamson, is a freelance business consultant and a qualified accountant with over 14 years experiences in a number of different finance roles. She specialises in the healthcare sector within the UK and recently qualified as a life coach.
Closing the gender gap in entrepreneurship
The Business Bootcamp webinar series forms part of our recently-launched 100,000 Women Campaign. Over three years, it will see the Foundation directly support over 100,000 more women entrepreneurs in low and middle-income countries and, through advocacy, work to create a more enabling global business ecosystem for women. This in turn will empower them to create better futures for themselves, their families, their communities and the world.
How can you support us?
With major implications for economies, businesses and entrepreneurs around the globe, the need for our work during this time increases. If you are able to help by making a donation to our 100,000 Women Campaign today you’ll be enabling us to continue and expand the services women entrepreneurs need more than ever to support their families, communities and societies for years to come.