Current Trends in Working Capital Management

Flash back almost three years ago, to the “technical” end of the Great Recession in June of 2009. The depth of the financial crisis was just beginning to be felt, and banks were tightening the reins on credit, which resulted in a credit crunch that made it nearly impossible for many businesses to obtain the capital they needed to grow, much less keep their operations going.

In this environment, cash conservation became the name of the game for many CFOs. To try to squeeze more cash out of their supply chains, businesses focused on tightening collection of receivables, stretching out their payables and reducing inventory.

Experiment with an E-Office to Save Some Money


In as tough an economy as the one we currently find ourselves in, rare is the small business which can safely say they aren't going out of business anytime soon. Just about all of us are watching our backs, but most of all we're hankering for ways to cut the amount we spend on overheard without making the tough calls when it comes to laying off workers. For companies that are strictly service, and even more so for companies that are strictly digital, making the move toward a virtual office is probably the smartest decision they could make when it comes to saving money.

10 Ways to Get the Money You Need Every Time!

I know the biggest objection I hear from people working with me is, "I would love to, but I don't have the money". AND I know it is the biggest struggle you have when landing clients, as well. Out of all the objections for people to get the help, support, coaching, or healing they need, money is the biggest. I have spent years working on this and finding ways to coach people into reality. The reality is two things:

Syndicate content