When it comes to cutting costs in your business, it's difficult to know where to start. Use these tips to help you start.
If you’re setting up a business, cash flow is king. And cash flow is a function of cash inflows and cash outflows. In other words, you need to be frugal.
Jason Kleinman, Corporate Finance Transactor at Sasfin Capital, on why you should consider a DMTN programme.
It is important for businesses to see the underlying risks in and to their healthy cash flow.
How to invest accumulate cash from your business.
How do you go about managing these hidden (and unexpected) costs?
To help new entrepreneurs, including those who live or work in South Africa, this is a list of some of the latest trends in investments.
Poor returns policies and cumbersome returns processes are a significant obstacle to future sales.
As the year draws to a close - the time may come when you should look at cleaning out those old files and do a recon.
Small incremental changes can lead to significant growth in profit.
When starting your business unbounded optimism is essential but keep it in check when making forecasts.
These easy steps can help you to remain competitive and profitable, even in a tough economic climate.
Have a great idea but very little money? Don’t let that stop you!
It’s not rocket science. If you become aware of the differences in how people approach these three decisions, you’ll have a pathway to help you create a permanent positive change in any area of life.
In this final installment, Brendon Williamson of payment service provider PayGate and web designer Petrus Schoeman of Eye-D Solutions look at how to set up payment options that are reliable, cost effective and secure for both you and your clients.
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How thousands of South Africans are generating passive income right now.
A shortage of cash is not necessarily related to profitability. In fact, profitable businesses can go bankrupt, while businesses making losses can have substantial cash. So how then do we improve cash flow?
Getting the most out of your financial manager often depends on the quality of the financial manager that you have engaged or employed to safe guard your company’s financial future. Very good, educated and highly experienced financial managers come at a price but with good reason.
Many entrepreneurs believe that if they develop a better product than their competitor they will succeed. This is particularly not the case for early-stage entrepreneurs. What guarantees’ you success in the early years is top-line (sales) & then your ability to convert that into ‘money in the bank’ or free cash flows.