Free finance workshop provides advice and guidance for entrepreneurs


A free Accounting & Finance workshop organised by Watermill Accounting at Allia Future Business Centre, Cambridge, will invite expert speakers to offer guidance and advice to start-ups and entrepreneurs.


Topics at the event on Tuesday 19th April (09.45 -11.45) will include:

  • Cash-flow Forecasts
  • Understanding Management Accounts
  • Running a Limited Company vs Sole Trader
  • VAT
  • R&D Tax Relief
  • Auto-Enrollment
  • Grants

Book your place now by emailing  or, call us on 01223 781290

Please see the link for more information

These spaces are limited, subject to availability and booked in advance on a first come first served basis.


Speaker Profiles:

Deepti Agarwal ACA, AAIA

Deepti is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales (ICAEW). She has been helping small businesses since she founded the company in 2009. Prior to starting the company, Deepti worked at KPMG, where she gave advice and audited the accounts of many multinational companies like Pepsico, John Deere, etc. Deepti now uses all her experience to help small and medium size businesses with their accounts and taxes, as well as regularly advising them as a business partner to help them grow and improve their cash-flow.

Mala Rajput

Mala is a specialist in providing pensions, investments, inheritance tax and employee benefits  advice. Legal Estate Planning Practitioner qualification achieved with the Institute of Professional  Will Writers and APS Legals & Associates in 2011 to assist all clients in arranging their Estates  and Will’s as tax efficiently as possible and ensuring the correct use of Trust Planning in line with  today’s budget and law.

Sam Goodall

Sam has experience in developing and delivering large, multi-agency European project bids as well as working with start-ups and SMEs to develop grant finding and funding strategies and projects. Sam has supported a range of organisations in raising millions of pounds in grants, public sector and European funding.


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