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December

24th

2018

Stock Tidy Up – Be smart with your inventory

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There is certainly truth in the phrase “tidy home, tidy mind” and the same can be applied to your work space. The intention here isn’t to lecture you on your cleaning habits, rather highlight that if you’ve got stock which isn’t moving, do something about it. SLOB’s (SLow moving & OBsolete) stock or other un-utilised […]

cashflow see saw

August

20th

2018

The Valuation Seesaw: Is your cashflow healthy?

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Does your business fund its own overheads? Does your cash get absorbed immediately by costs? Is your cashflow healthy? If your cashflow is unbalanced, the value and sale of your business could be compromised. When a prospective buyer is contemplating a takeover, their priority isn’t simply to reward your blood, sweat and tears with one […]

Stop value-draggers

May

6th

2017

Stop these 5 value-draggers de-valuing your business

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When it comes to business sales buyers have the upper hand. Supported by due diligence, buyers step back and look at a business objectively. The process detects inefficiencies and risks, known as ‘value-draggers’. Value-draggers cost time, money and effort to resolve and can impact on the selling price the vendor can achieve. Address these five […]

Vendor Funding

March

16th

2017

Vendor funding: calculated risk or cause for concern?

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Vendor funding is a type of sale agreement that’s becoming increasingly common. In fact, some would say it’s becoming a growing problem and needs to be handled with care. But what exactly does it mean, when might it be used and how can business owners mitigate the risks involved? What is Vendor Funding? Vendor funding […]

cash flow

March

17th

2016

How Can Cash Flow Drive Business Value?

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Your company’s revenue and profits play a big role in how much your business is worth. How can your cash flow affect this?   Cash vs. Profits Cash flow is different to profits, in that it measures the cash coming in and out of your business rather than an accounting interpretation of your profit and […]