10 Ways to Drive extra Business Cashflow

Author: Stewart Clark / Date: June 15, 2019

Cash is critically important for business, with many operators finding that periods after holidays or short trading months can be extra tough on the cash front. Staff leave payments, a short close down, penalty rates for public holidays, slow debtor collections or even extra stock holdings, will all have drained cash from your business. So, if […]

Cash relief for stressed business owners

Author: Stewart Clark / Date: February 29, 2016

Cash is one of the top few stress triggers for business. Not having enough, not knowing where it will come from, or simply….. a puzzle around the best way to use it. In a physical situation – cash is pretty well understood, but when it hits the virtual, electronic or theoretical – I find that […]

7 Reasons Why You Should Know Your Cash Cycle

Author: Stewart Clark / Date: May 12, 2014

You often hear throw away comments such as “Cash is King” and “Cash is the lifeblood of business” – but what do these really mean? “Cash is literally King” – as it is arguably the most important aspect of the financial health of any business and essentially “rules” over what happens. The other fitting analogy is that “Cash is […]

More Fees for Business than Service

Author: Stewart Clark / Date: February 24, 2014

Ever noticed that some bill accounts are so complex that it takes a master’s degree to work them out? Put simply…..it’s an illusion to justify a larger cost and/or mask the value that is being charged.  I call the language used in these accounts “bill speak“, so once you understand how to translate it – you will never be fooled again. Regrettably the […]

Moths in your pocket

Author: Stewart Clark / Date: January 20, 2014

Successful businesses have a strong handle on where they spend their money. There is no point putting in all of the effort in running a business, finding clients and generating sales if at the end of the day – you have nothing left to show for it. Every dollar you spend must deliver tangible value to you and your business.  If it doesn’t, […]