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The holiday season can account for as much as 30% of a retailer’s annual sales. However, sales aside, it’s also an especially important time to keep an eye on the many variables that can impact cash flow, such as inventory, extra labor, and marketing. Supporting such a critical time in your sales o Read More

How to Get Out of a Bad Business Partnership and Go It Alone

How to Get Out of a Bad Business Partnership and Go It Alone - https://fundbox.com Avatar Posted by Caron_Beesley under Strategy
From https://fundbox.com 2098 days ago
Made Hot by: kingofcontent92 on October 4, 2016 8:33 am
A business partnership can be a great opportunity—diverse skills, someone to bounce ideas off and strategize with, and of course, shared risk. However, with shared risk comes liability. If your partner does something to lose an important client or incurs debt, your finances suffer too. Worse, if th Read More

How to Deal with “Feast or Famine” Cycles: Start a Side Business

How to Deal with “Feast or Famine” Cycles: Start a Side Business - https://fundbox.com Avatar Posted by Caron_Beesley under Strategy
From https://fundbox.com 2100 days ago
Made Hot by: sophia2 on October 1, 2016 1:18 am
Feast or famine cycles can be hugely problematic for small businesses. Instability, worry, and cash flow gaps are just some of the side effects of inconsistent sales and workloads. In my earlier blog, I talked about some immediate fixes you can take to overcome cash flow problems associated with pe Read More
Feast or famine: One week you’re full of nervous excitement about the amount of work you have on your plate, the next you’re twiddling your thumbs and wondering if you’ll ever be busy again. Don’t panic! There are a few steps you can take to bring stability to your business, particularly where it w Read More
There is one type of client that all service-based business owners will almost certainly encounter—the disappearing client. If these relationships ended for no apparent reason and without so much as a heads-up, it can be hard not to take it personally—especially if you’ve put lots of work into buil Read More
Your cash flow statement, not to be confused with your cash flow forecast, is a vital tool in your business financial management arsenal. Read More
Whether you’re thinking of starting a cleaning business, or just need an injection of fresh ideas, here are eight surefire ways to grow your cleaning business, as recommended by some of the cleaning industry’s top marketers and small business experts. Read More

9 Tips for Writing a Case Study to Win You More Business

9 Tips for Writing a Case Study to Win You More Business  - https://fundbox.com Avatar Posted by Caron_Beesley under Success Stories
From https://fundbox.com 2120 days ago
Made Hot by: deanuk on September 13, 2016 3:01 pm
If you’re thinking of buying a product or service, the first thing you probably do is research it online. Nine out of 10 people are doing the same thing. Alongside the reviews that your customers post online, a case study is a useful tool for establishing your business’ credibility, experience, and Read More
Labor Day, the last holiday of the summer—woo hoo! But what does Labor Day mean to you and your employees? 60% of employees feel the relationship with their employer positively impacts their focus and productivity, while 44% say it positively impacts stress levels. As you contemplate the Labor Day Read More
September is National Preparedness Month. From cyber threats to earthquakes, the threats are very real. Perhaps most worrying of all is that up to 40% of small businesses don’t re-open after a natural or human disaster. But what about the biggest threat to the livelihood of small business owners? A Read More
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