On September 20-21, in Zugdidi “AGIC” led training about business plan monitoring processes for the staff of the Humanitarian Aid Center “Abkhazia” on business financial analysis, market research and other important issues and overall business risk
“AGIC” provides business plan services to potential clients in developing a dynamic, complex, low cost and professionally written project.
A business plan is a document that serves as a guide for your business, conveying perspectives and growth potential. To get financing or achieve any of the above goals, you need to have a well-established, transparent business plan.
The reader must be able to read the business plan. Also understand and be convinced that the goals set within the business can be achieved.
Accordingly, a business plan is the most important and necessary document that a business needs. Mostly the refusal to finance a business is due to a low-quality business plan, neglect of details, lack of transparency, or low quality of communication needed in the preparation of a business plan.
“AGIC” is focused not only on business plan issues. Also on consulting services, including auditing, accounting, and tax services.
NNIP Charity Humanitarian Center “Abkhazia” has been working since 1995 and has implemented projects in almost all regions of Georgia. One of the main directions of the center is to support the economic empowerment and development of the population affected by the conflict and their extremely poor integration into society for their socio-economic integration.
The main goal of the Center is to increase the role of individuals and communities in building civil society and strengthening democracy, improving social and economic conditions for IDPs and other vulnerable populations.
Gigi Mikabadze, Managing Partner of AGIC, led the two-day training.
The training consisted of the following modules:
- Consideration of significant financial ratios
- Business analysis and risk identification
- Practical examples – discussing the financial analysis of companies
- Structure of the business plan and review of important information sources
- Market research structure
- Importance of SWOT analysis
- Important business plan monitoring procedures