Social Enterprise Seminar: Accounting 101 for Social Enterprise
“I have no idea how to record those expenses and revenue. I am so frustrated!”
No worries. We got you! When social entrepreneurs come across accounting issues, they are always hindered by inadequate accounting knowledge. They are more likely to overlook some financial details and the related impact could get worse if the social enterprise has no extra budget to hire accounting staff.
In this Business Clinic, Mr. Victor Pang, KPMG's Audit Manager, will share with us some basic accounting and financial management knowledge. We welcome all current and aspiring social entrepreneurs and individuals who are interested in setting up social enterprises to join the seminar.
- Basic principles of accounting and financial management
- Notes for auditing
- Bookkeeping tips
Details of the Social Enterprise Seminar
Date: 11 December, 2020 (Friday)
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 pm (Registration starts at 14:45 pm)
Format: Online via Zoom
Speaker: Victor Pang, CPA, Audit Manager of KPMG
Target: Social entrepreneurs, social innovation practitioners, NGOs and related organisations
Capacity: 50 (each organisation / company can send up to two representatives to attend the seminar, priority will be given to granted projects under Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
Fee: Free Admission
RSVP: Online registration
Enquiry: Ms. Priscilla Wong (2876 2495; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please register online on or before 7 December, 2020 (Monday). Successful registrants will receive a confirmation email by 8 December, 2020.
Victor Pang (CPA), audit manager of KPMG, has involved in audit projects of listed and multinational clients, with focuses on non-profit, transportation, and technology, media and telecommunication sectors. His passion on social enterprises started in 2013 when he volunteered in a social enterprises consultancy project collaboratively organized by HKCSS and City University of Hong Kong, in which he was impressed by the social impacts generated by the enterprises. He has been social angels of HKCSS for last three years. He is also currently a committee member and advisor of several non-profit organizations.