UEZ: Profit First

This session brought to you by Angels@Essex and the Innovation Centre Knowledge Gateway.

  • Fri 14 Jan 22

    10:30 - 12:00

  • Online

    Zoom via Eventbrite

  • Event type

    Workshops, training and support

  • Event organiser

    University Enterprise Zone

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The three ways to maximise profit: price, cost and overheads

This workshop will encourage you to place profit first, change the way you view profit and how to manage profit as an expense, as well as release the potential to help make your business grow.

Profit First is a method of cash management which results in a healthy and more profitable businesses.

Your Expert Speaker: Joshua Obeng-Nyarko

Joshua Obeng-Nyarko is a Lecturer in Professional Accounting Practice who leads the Business and Commercial Law module and has a further brief in employability development at Essex Business School, University of Essex.

Joshua believes that universities, as a gateway of knowledge, must share knowledge with and support local businesses, for example using our research skills to support local businesses to create value. Having led courses in both postgraduate and undergraduate levels in different universities in Suffolk, London, Leicester and Slough for nearly two decades, Joshua has experience in public, private and not-for profit sectors.

Prior to joining academia, Joshua worked with the public sector and private sector as well as founding his own businesses in the UK. He understands the needs of the private sector and is always seeking better ways to use his academic and business experience to help local businesses. Joshua has distinguished himself in the fields of his professional endeavour. As an educator, he has attained a position of a Senior Fellowship of Higher Education, a mark of excellence for the body of academics. He also holds Fellowship of Chartered Accountancy with the ACCA, all in the UK. Currently completing his PhD in Accounting at Essex Business School, Joshua holds a master’s degree in accounting with finance and a postgraduate degree in Higher Education.

 Joshua Obeng-Nyarko is passionate about academic research, business support and students’ employability and currently supporting the great work of The Innovation Centre at The University of Essex.

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