Bengaluru(12/05/2022): ADDA, India's top property management software and SaaS for Residential
Community Management, hosted a four-hour workshop on Financial Governance to assist accountants
and treasurers in streamlining their communities and ensuring long-term financial security.
This in-depth 4-hour session aimed to produce actionable ideas for living communities' long-term
financial stability and prosperity.
This 4-hour session aimed to produce actionable ideas for living communities' long-term financial
stability and prosperity.
The speakers of the event shared years of experience working with Association
accountants, treasurers, and community management experts in keeping with its basic objectives.
assisted the audience in gaining useful, actionable lessons on Community Financial Governance Best
Practices, What's New in this Field, and shattering a few well-circulated Myths.
San Banerjee, Co-founder & CEO, ADDA, added the ‘We tried to bust Myths about Community Finances
and Accounting’ also we explored ‘GST & Taxation Checklist for Communities’.
We discussed 'Financial
Governance and its Importance in Communities’ and ‘A Walkthrough on Setting Up Your Finances During
Builder to Association Handover’.
It helped set up strong pillars of financial governance for any living
community across India & globally, ensuring their stability & prosperity in the long run.
Attendees to the Financial Governance event at Bengaluru's Teri Auditorium were able to polish up their
financial security knowledge and learn how to assist in the community's financial governance.
Banerjee, Sunil A, Rahul Raj, and Iswar Dixena were the industry experts who guided the attendees with
their in-depth knowledge.
It's the first offline workshop following two years of covid, and there were more than 20 similar
gatherings in the years leading up to the pandemic.
"Neighborhoods of Tomorrow," which focuses on
sustainable best practices, "Rise High Awards," "Water Workshop," and so on.
This program marks the
return of ADDA's thought-leading workshops, which encourage face-to-face interaction among
Community Management Committees.