In this webinar Philip King, the interim UK Small Business Commissioner, will explain the SBC’s role and what small businesses can do to improve their cashflow,. He will explain how his office is helping small businesses in the current crisis. He’ll also be happy to take specific questions raised by participants.
09:30 - 10:30 Making the Cash Flow
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Philip King, Small Business Commissioner
In a career spanning over 40 years, Philip has held senior credit management roles in the high-tech and communication sector and in distribution and retail, which included spells at Olivetti and Vodafone. He was appointed Director General of the ICM in 2005, and later Chief Executive. Philip was behind the Institute’s drive to become a Chartered body (becoming the CICM in 2015). He was appointed to the post of interim Small Business Commissioner in January 2020.
Philip is the author of the Managing Cashflow Guides for government, and the architect of the Prompt Payment Code which the CICM administered on behalf of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) until it was transferred to the SBC’s office in March 2020. He has worked closely with successive governments in championing best-practice credit management and supporting small businesses.
In his time leading the CICM, Philip helped transform the Institute and elevate its profile, keeping professional credit managers in the minds of government and key influencers. He was a board member of the Start-Up Loans Company, the Red Tape Champion for Insolvency and the first-ever lay Chair of the Joint Insolvency Committee.
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26/01/2021 09:30 - 10:30
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