Session: Financial management for SMEs

Thursday, October 14, 2021 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm · Zoom Webinar

About The Session

SME’s are the backbone of any economy. Yet a lot of small businesses fail due to poor finance and cash flow management. This workshop aims at bringing financial management skills and tools to small business owners and entrepreneurs to help them perform both in crisis and outside of crisis.

  • Providing participants with the necessary knowledge and tools to make the best financial and business decisions
  • Getting participants to measure and improve their profitability levels
  • Helping participants manage their working capital and cash flow


Nadia Moukaddem

Trainer, Coach, and Content developer at Eedama

Nadia Moukaddem is a trainer, a coach and content developer with Eedama. She has been working in the field of investment and entrepreneurship for more than 9 years. Throughout the years, she has developed a strong knowledge in SMEs financing, entrepreneurship, economic development and innovation in emerging markets. She currently works as a Principal at B&Y Venture Partners, a leading Venture Capital firm where she invests in technology start-ups based in the Middle East and the GCC region. Prior to that, Nadia worked at Amethis Finance, a Paris-based investment fund supporting small businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa in various sectors (FMCG, Financial Services, Healthcare, Logistics & Transport…). With Eedama, Nadia has been developing and delivering multiple business and entrepreneurship trainings to start-ups, social entrepreneurs and small businesses, both online and offline, with a special focus on women entrepreneurs. She sits on Eedama’s Advisor Board. Nadia holds a double master’s degree in Public Affairs and in Management from two of France’s best academic institutions: Sciences Po Paris and HEC Paris.

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About the Digitization Series

The Eedama Series is part of the holistic package of emergency support provided to business owners through YBI’s global network of enterprise support organizations – like Berytech in Lebanon, both YBI members and non-profit delivery partners. This includes crisis helplines, targeted advice and signposting, online training through webinars, and mentoring. Learn more about the full Helping SMEs Build Resilience Program here.

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