How Important is Cash Flow Management?

Cash Flow management is one of the most critical success factors for small businesses. Many successful businesses have ran into problems because the amount of cash coming in doesn’t compare with the amount of expenditure going out. Cash Flow is the life blood of any business. Many companies don’t have a proper handle on their cash flow situation.  Put bluntly, without good cash flow systems you cannot succeed! Many studies show that insufficient capital is one of the main reasons for small business failure, coupled with lack of experience, poor location, poor inventory management and over-investment in fixed assets.


How to Improve and Maintain Cash Flow?

Most business owners see growth as the solution to a cash flow management problem. That’s why they often achieve their goal of growing the business only to find they have increased their cash flow problems in the process. Plan for growth and investment so they that there are no surprise later on. Here are 5 practical areas to consider in order to better manage cash flow for the growing business.


  1. Proactive Collecting of Receivables
  2. Tighten Up Credit Requirements
  3. Increase Sales beyond current levels
  4. Pricing Discounts for Early Payment
  5. Securing Short-Term Loans


Contact Avid Partners today to see how we can assist your business through establishing an effective structured cashflow system. Arrange a free consultation with us to talk through the specific aspects of your business and we will tailor a package to match your needs.  You can phone us on 01 4286900, email us at  or alternatively you can fill out the form below.


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Many businesses are still having difficulty raising money to grow their companies. When seeking finance be as diverse in your product categories' as you can so that lenders can see you're not exposed to a high risk investment category. Show clearly that you are in a position to repay any borrowings and demonstrate what the capital will be used for (new equipment, materials, marketing, premises, etc). The more detail you can include the clearer it will be for the lending's committees to judge your application favourably.
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