In this webinar you will learn the following keys to a successful cashflow:
Understanding why you should have a cashflow projections as entrepreneur
Different sections to cover in a cashflow projections
Tips to help creating realistic forecasts
Case study (services/products-based business using Futurpreneur cashflow projections template)
Hear about Futurpreneurs Black Entrepreneurship Loan program
Financing from $5,000 to $60,000 in startup loan financing
Up to two years of 1-1 expert mentorship
Engage with a national network of Black entrepreneurs, leaders and Black-led community organizations at a range of entrepreneurship events
The opportunity to apply for up to $40,000 in follow-on financing funded by RBC, based on the first two years of successful business performance.
Presenter: Benjamin N'Goran
Title : Entrepreneur-in-residence
Is part of the Black Entrepreneurship Startup Program team, Benjamin as Bilingual, Entrepreneur-in-Residence works primarily but not exclusively, with young Black entrepreneurs and act as a resource in the idea and business plan development phase. Benjamin provides education, coaching, advisory services, and additional support around starting a business and building a business plan.
Benjamin is a Certified Coach Practitioner with other 10 years' experiences as learning and development professional. Prior to joining Futurpreneur Canada, Benjamin worked different companies in Canada and Africa. Some of his positions were learning and development lead for Newcrest Mining Limited, an Australian gold mine company on their project in West Africa. At this position, he developed, designed, and run several training programs to ensure employees are skilled and competent to support achieving the company's objectives. Benjamin also worked as business consultant and coach for Societe Ecomonique de l'Ontario (SEO) in Toronto where designed and delivered several trainings on management, leadership, personal development for entrepreneurs and future entrepreneurs. He also had one-on-one coaching session to help participants successfully launch or grow their businesses.
Benjamin is a community activist with focus on helping African immigrants building wealth and becoming financially free. He was the Vice president of the Board of Directors of ACFO-Toronto, a francophone's political, social, and economic advocacy association across Ontario at its Toronto' section. He is the current Vice president, Public Relations of Ebony Toastmasters, a black founded and led toastmasters club in downtown Toronto.
To increase the number of technology companies that start and grow in the Okanagan
We do this in two ways:
1. Helping to develop and support a vibrant entrepreneurial, creative and innovative technology community.
Our community ranges from students and aspiring entrepreneurs to startups and early stage companies; as well as established technology companies and the wide range of service providers who are critical to our industry
Our objective is to encourage people to start and grow technology companies!
2. Offering programs that support entrepreneurs and technology companies looking to start, accelerate and grow.
These programs combine elements such as needs assessments, hands on coaching, mentorship, and access to world class expertise - including connections provincially, nationally and internationally.
Our objective is to help entrepreneurs and companies accelerate their growth and maximize their opportunity