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Posted by GTC Financial on 22.10.2020

Being a Sales Powerhouse - The Importance of Sales Process

What makes a business a powerhouse in sales? Absolutely essential are attractive products offered at a reasonable price to customers who need those products.

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Topics: Business Improvement, business continuity planning

Posted by GTC Financial on 30.09.2020

Precise Cash Flow Management - Best Practices

Improving your cash position brings opportunities and reduces business risk. In the absence of equity and debt financing,alternative cash-flow management strategies can make a positive difference.  These ideas will not apply to ALL businesses but perhaps there are some you can implement.

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Topics: Business Improvement, business continuity planning, managing business risk covid-19, cashflow

Posted by GTC Financial on 16.09.2020

Business Resilience: Focusing on the Priorities

As accountants, we like our clients to focus on activities that have the biggest positive impact on the business. That leads to business resilience and organizations which thrive even in uncertain economic times.

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Topics: businessimprovement, businessresilience

Posted by GTC Financial on 10.09.2020

Five ways to recession-proof your business

Economies tend to face headwinds every ten years as the business cycle moves from periods of growth to contraction. While recessions are challenging for small and medium businesses across Australia, it doesn't mean there aren't significant opportunities to strengthen your business and come out of challenging times stronger and more profitable. In this article, we're sharing five ways you can recession proof your business.

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Topics: Wealth creation, Risk Management, managing business risk covid-19

Posted by GTC Financial on 4.09.2020

Improving Cash Flow By Renegotiating Customer Credit Terms

It's not obvious that you HAVE TO extend credit terms to your customers. If you do, negotiate terms which are favorable to your business so you get earlier access to cash. A small change can make a big difference. Watch this short video for more on this topic.

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Topics: Debt Management, business continuity planning, businessresilience

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