Antrim Enterprise Agency Host Series Of Finance Events

The Antrim Enterprise Agency has announced a series of free on the theme of managing finance for new business ventures.

The 'Mind your finance' clinics will look a range of finance topics including: setting up a bank account; types of business costs; the importance of pricing; managing your cashflow; tax; and keeping

Three events will be in May, on the 02, 09 and 16 at the Antrim Enterprise Agency.
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