Hub Australia has combined forces with LaunchVic andRemco Marcelis, Founder & Managing Partner of Standard Ledger to host an expert in residence (EIR) educational mentoring program for Hub Australia members and Melbourne-based business owners and teams.
Remco’s career combines management consulting experience with experience as a CFO inside tech, medtech and crypto startups and a virtual CFO. Remco teaches finances topics at General Assembly and entrepreneurial programs for the University of Adelaide and Swinburne University.
“Coworking spaces are hubs of innovation where startups base themselves through their early growth phase for support, guidance and collaboration opportunities amongst other things.”LaunchVic
The purpose of Hub’s EIR program is to support growth and learning opportunities in finance and financial literacy.
Standard Ledger’s Remco Marcelis is running a series of workshops from July to September at Hub Collins Street, Hub Southern Cross and Hub Parliament Station, covering everything startups and SMEs need to know about tax, finance and accounting.
With topics such as startup metrics, equity, valuations, and Excel, the event schedule offers Hub members and Melbourne businesses the opportunity to grow their knowledge and help take their business to the next level.
Remco Marcelis is also offering free private sessions after lunchtime events at Hub Collins Street – book in here for office hours after the event , or for over-the-phone insight and advice, book a call.
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