Launching a startup is somehow like bending a knee, presenting a ring, and asking your significant other to marry you. After years of nurturing something you’re feeling good about, you just want to show the world how much pride and love you have mustered, as you dream of a bright future.
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Cartier Women’s Initiative 2020 Edition is a great opportunity for these women entrepreneurs to bring their businesses and ideas to the next level. This initiative was launched in the Philippines last July 31, 2019 with a search for women entrepreneurs who head businesses with the potential to grow into the future.
Started a business recently? Focusing on product development and route to market has led you to neglect your books of accounts and tax compliance?
Or maybe your business has been operating for some time but last year was so busy that you couldn’t keep track of your accounting and finance functions?
First of all, don’t worry – you are not alone. Second, there is a solution – catch up accounting!
Most office workers know how to put in a slide or two for their reports or presentations. However, only a few really know how to approach it with the right amount of creativity that truly works. In today’s age of startups and visual marketing, creating slideshows for product pitches have become a huge factor in landing clients.
The startup ecosystem in the Philippines has been vibrant in recent years but remains in its early stages. Growing a company can be difficult as the regulatory and compliance framework in this country is hard to navigate – at the best of times!
There are many obstacles to achieving the scalability desired by tech startups. That’s why our team of finance, tax and accounting experts has identified 5 key accounting and financial processes to help position tech startup to scale successfully.
Whatever line of work you’re in, your job can sometimes take a toll on you and allow doubt to set in. When these instances happen in business, right-minded entrepreneurs usually apply a level of mental toughness that can truly make them unstoppable.
You know that your startup has made it in the world of entrepreneurship once you are ready to sell stocks via an initial public offering (IPO). Being listed allows you to generate more funds for expansions and operational expenses. It is also a clear sign that investors trust your brand and are confident that they can benefit from your liquidity.
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