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Morning Talk: #Aventure Entrepreneur

Patrons & Sponsors - Free of charge - 2 paxs
Members - Free of charge - 1 pax
Non-Members - RM 50 per person
Prices are excluding 6% SST

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Understand the importance of Financial Management via a Simple, Systemic, Strategic BOARD GAME


Dear members & friends,

If you are an Entrepreneur or someone who is thinking of starting your own business, accounting and financial management can be daunting with its own sets of norms and jargon. 
With this in mind, Banque de France has developed an innovative board game #Aventure Entrepreneur. The aim is for entrepreneurs with no or little technical background to be exposed to understanding finance and accounting through common real world business scenarios.

Come and play #Aventure Entrepreneurs with us to understand better financial analysis and accounting principles! 

As an Entrepreneur, be prepared to grow your business by:

  • Managing your commercial team to optimise your sales
  • Investing in strategic assets in order to expand your structure 
  • Facing unexpected events

After 4 financial quarters, your objective will be to build your financial situation with the best ratios in order to obtain funds to expand your company.

This game will enable you to understand better how a balance sheet and P&L are built up and how operations impacts your financial situation and accounting numbers.

About the speaker 
Claire Mangin is a French chartered accountant and participated actively to the creation of this business game with Banque de France innovation lab. 

Corinne Schons is an auditor and chartered accountant in Malaysia, France, UK and Luxembourg with more than 10 years experience in Malaysia.

This session will be conducted in French. Seats are Limited - Register Today!


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