Friday, 22 January 2010

Introduction to the Finding Cash in your Business Podcast Series

The podcast that helps you find Cash in your Business: On this episode we are going to provide a guide of what you can expect to learn by listening to the podcast. An explanation of the term credit crunch. A story to get you thinking about the value of money in your business. The Cash in quick tip. Seven areas where you’ll find cash buried in your business and the seven building blocks where the money is hidden. And a special offer for our listeners.

Tuesday, 12 January 2010

Monday, 11 January 2010

Finding Cash in your Business ebook

The idea for this book arose from a desire to clear away the mystique of Cash Management, make you aware of its importance especially as we live through the Global recession, and provide you with the tools to better manage the Cash in Your Business.

Cash is the lifeblood of any business and this book provides insight, guidance and the steps to help you take a look under the skin of your business to reveal just how well the Cash is pumping through your company's arteries.

This book will help you find Cash you didn't know you had, and attract Cash you didn't know you needed.

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Discover the Cash Flow Formula

The Cash Flow Formula was developed after extensive research into understanding and improving the way businesses manage Cash. The circular wheel shown is the ‘aide memoire’ to help drive a systematic approach to analysing the cash flows within your business. Each of the segments in the circle are broken down in detail in the various resources available at

Cash in Strategy

A clear “Cash in” strategy plays an important role in a company’s success. In today’s turbulent competitive environment, your company more than ever needs a “Cash in” strategy that specifies the kind of competitive advantage that it is seeking in the marketplace and articulates how the advantage is to be achieved.

As the Global recession bites it is important to review your current business product or service and customers mix as a priority. It may be that your order book is still full making you feel insulated from the recession. When in fact what you are actually experiencing is the effect of customers who are progressing orders that were approved years in advance, and the current market condition may not take effect for months or years. The key question here is can your customers still afford to pay?

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Survive the downturn with - AIR

To survive your company needs to Adapt to the market, Initiate Dialogue and Review your customers.
  • Adapt to the market conditions; create an action plan based on what products and or services are most likely to continue to be sold in a recessionary environment
  • Initiate collaborative discussion with existing customers who are struggling.
  • Review existing and target customers and set new credit limits and create risk bandings based on which companies are most likely to survive.

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