TALKING BUSINESS LUNCHEON SERIES - JUNE 11 FEATURING GUEST SPEAKER: JOHN NASH, FCA!

BUSINESS CAPE BRETON JUNE LUNCHEON

Business Cape Breton, in co-operation with the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada, is pleased to present  John Nash, FCA as Guest Speaker at the June 11 Talking Business luncheon series.

As a founding Partner of Breton Chartered Accountants, a recent merger of two well established local firms, Nash Hannem and Associates and Unsworth Kachafanus; John Nash has 35 years of experience as a chartered accountant in public practise. He has been awarded the prestigious designation of Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants which is awarded for outstanding career achievements as well as outstanding service to the community.

John will be discussing the Top 5 Common Mistakes Start Up Businesses Make and how to avoid them. This presentation will be of interest to those who are operating a new business, considering opening a business, and those established entrepreneurs who would like to review the topics of : the importance of a business plan, business structure, staffing, monitoring cash flow and making informed decisions regarding taxes.

To register, please contact Business Cape Breton at 902-562-2201, toll free at 1-800-818-2201 or info@businesscapebreton.ca

Date : Thursday, June 11, 2015, at 12:00 noon

Location : Cambridge Suites, Sydney

Cost : $20 (tax and gratuity included)

Hope you will plan to join us!

Questions/Comments, please email info@businesscapebreton.ca

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