You have a great new idea or an existing business and you want to turn into a money making machine.
You are tired of hearing the old adage that 80% of businesses fail and that there is no avoiding the Tax Man. What you do know is that running a profitable business that delivers money into your pocket and not to the Tax Department is your dream.
What you want is a simple guide to follow to get you to the next level on your path to a profitable stress-free business. Join us on August 23, 2012 where you will walk through the three-step formula for starting and growing a profitable business in Thailand. You will leave with specific action steps you can use immediately. John Casella and BJ Radomski have shared these ideas with clients to create positive results in their businesses, now it is your turn to receive these tips.
All great successes start with a plan, whether your business idea is scratched on a napkin or already up & running, the Big Picture Map will add clarity to your venture and show you exactly what to do next.
John Casella will open your eyes to some nasty realities of how accountancy and the Tax Department work in Thailand. You will leave with 7 key questions you need to answer the minute you return to your desk. Your financial management systems must be designed properly to ensure your hard earned cash stays in your pocket.
Staying on plan and committing to follow the numbers is the third and final step. We will share the 5 keys to staying at the top of your game.
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About the Speakers - John Casella & BJ Radomski
John Casella is a Partner at Baker Tilly Tax & Consulting Services (Thailand) Ltd, and BJ Radomski is founder of Big Picture Business builders. For over a decade businesses in Thailand and Southeast Asia have benefitted from their professional services, insight and support.
Baker Tilly T&CS offers a wide range of guidance to businesses in Thailand, including: company set up, Foreign Business License and BOI applications, tax planning and strategic advice, accounting and payroll services, visa and work permits, internal controls reviews and risk management services. Established in Thailand since 2004, Baker Tilly Thailand also offers with professional audit and assurance services, corporate finance and restructuring services.
Since 1998 Big Picture has been helping businesses and world create massive change. This change comes executive coaching and the Leadership Mastery series
may be stuck, frustrated or not achieving what you be the ticket out. Contact Big Picture for your free individuals around the through one-on-one of workshops. Today you want. Our services can Strategy Session.
BNOW provides a supportive network to professionals in Bangkok. We have a fortnightly e-newsletter which takes contribution from the members. These contributions are in the form of questions to the group, suggestions, recommendations, and announcements. Members also enjoy privileges and benefits
from selected businesses. The group meets twice a month. The get together is to have participants meet and interact, enabling them to put faces to names and to make new friends and business connections in Bangkok. To get details on our next event, please visit http://bnow.org/event_new.html.
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