The Cash Flow Factory Webinar Series
These three educational workshops are designed to provide specific techniques for tangible business improvement.
This webinar demonstrates how small changes in a few key areas can have a significant impact on generating more cash in your organization. We use a case study to show step-by-step practical ways to improve internal cash flow, and reduce an over-reliance on bank financing.
- Demonstrates how small changes in a few key areas can have a tremendous impact on generating more cash.
- Shows step-by-step practical ways to improve internal cash flow.
- Explains to business owners where cash hides in their business and how to find it
- Shows how business owners can take control over their ability to generate cash flow
In business, as with everything in life, there is a balance, and the balance we’re talking about here is between “Sales Growth” and “Healthy Sales Growth”.
Would you like to know how to grow a “healthy” business? Would you like to understand the key areas to help manage and balance “Growth” AND “Health”?
In this webinar we present 10 keys areas designed to show how to balance both health & growth, reduce risk and create a long-term sustainable business.
If you’ve ever tried to ride a unicycle, you know that it’s difficult to get started, hard to maintain balance, and you wobble around a lot – it can be nerve-wracking!
The same thing happens when a business owner or CEO tries to run their business from only “one” information source: their accounting system.
Join us as for this webinar where we explore the importance of having FOUR real time systems to run your business.
In this webinar we’ll look at Four Key Management Systems:
- System #1: All businesses have it, but owners rank it the least valuable
- System #2: Ranked #1 in importance, yet barely 1/3 of business owners USE it
- System #3: THE KEY to effective planning & driving tomorrow’s success
- System #4: It will minimize surprises and give you a sense of control
Larger corporations utilize all four systems to run effectively; learn how smaller companies can leverage limited resources and shift their business performance into “overdrive”.