In our previous post we explored how to evaluate your strategy in practical ways that save you money.
In Part 2 of this series, we consider opportunities to free up more dollars and increase your cash flow by reviewing the business model, utilizing solid projections, scaling high cost inventory, and prioritizing your new approach.… Read more >
An ESPN article recently discussed the current San Francisco Giant’s skid since the all-star break, going from the best record, to now struggling to make the playoffs. The author went on to compare how a collapse by the current Giants would compare to other epic collapses of the past including the 2014 A’s, 2012 Rangers, 2011 Red Sox, 2011 Braves, 2007 Mets, 1995 Angels, 1978 Red Sox, and the 1969 Cubs(Schoenfield).… Read more >
A successful company maintains positive cash flow. As a business owner, it is essential for you to have a solid relationship with suppliers, creditors, employees, and customers. It is key for a small business to have adequate cash available so that things run smoothly and so that you have resources to support growth.… Read more >