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    Enhancing Profitability Through Judicious Financial Management

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    START DATE 3 November 2012
    START TIME 12:00am
    LOCATION

    H116, First Floor, Hatchcroft Building
    Middlesex University
    The Burroughs
    Hendon
    NW4 4BT

    END DATE 3 November 2012
    END TIME 12:00am

    Explore how the judicial use of financial management tools can help improve profitability

    This seminar has been designed as an opportunity for Middlesex University Business School to share their expertise with local business leaders and the wider community.  Specialist academics from the Accounting and Finance department will explore tools and concepts that can help businesses to thrive despite the economic down turn.

    Sponsored by the Economic & Social Research Council as part if its tenth annual 'Festival of Social Science', this free event is open to all with an interest in maximising business effectiveness and is particularly suited to those that are setting up or managing small to medium sized businesses.

    To book your place at the seminar, please visit the registration page.

    Seminar Agenda

    1:00pmRegistration and networking over a sandwich lunch
    2:00pmKeynote speaker (yet to be confirmed)
    2:15pmActivity Based Costing & Customer Profitability
    John Fletcher, ACA, Senior Lecturer, Middlesex University Business School
    Exploring methods of identifying profitable customers, understanding costs and determining optimum selling price.
    3:00pmPerformance Measurements & Balanced Scorecard
    Dr. Jatin Pancholi MBA, and Dr .Angathevar Baskaran, Senior Lecturers, Accounting and Finance, Middlesex University Business School
    Developing the balanced scorecard concept as a strategic planning tool to measure and manage finances, customers and business processes.
    3:30pmRefreshments
    4:00pmKey aspects of business taxation
    Richard Jones FCA, Principal lecturer, Middlesex University
    Insights into effective taxation planning for small and medium sized businesses
    4:30pmPanel discussion
    An opportunity for delegates to explore some of the concepts from the previous sessions, and benefit from practical advice from panel members.

    Panel members:
    Firoozeh Ghaffari, FCA, Head of Department, Accounting and Finance
    John Fletcher, ACA, Senior Lecturer, Management Accounting
    Richard Jones, FCA, Principal Lecturer, Taxation
    Dr. Jatin Pancholi, MBA, Senior Lecturer, Accounting & Finance
    Dr. Angathevar Baskaran, Senior Lecturer, Accounting & Finance

     

     

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