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Videos from How to host a kick-ass event and articles on Cash Flow

From: Sasha
Sent on: Wednesday, October 7, 2009 4:00 PM
Hi everyone,

Hope the pickup in the economy is bringing some business your way! Meanwhile, I wanted to let you know that the videos from "How to host a kick-ass event" are up on

Also, don't forget to register for our next event, Zip Talks!

Lastly, take a look at the following articles from for more ideas on how to manage your cash flow. Don?t forget is full of resources for small business owners on topics such as innovation, lifestyle, managing, marketing, money, technology, and the world.

Health Care?s Drain on Cash Flow
It's no secret that health insurance is a huge burden on companies' balance sheets. When General Motors revealed in 2005 that it would take its largest quarterly hit in a decade due to a $1.1 billion write-off of health care costs, the investor world woke up to the fact that health insurance is an enormous drain. Laura Rich provides a few tips on curbing healthcare costs and keeping your employees happy.

Cash Management: When To Hold, When To Be Bold
Learn how Saladworks, an innovative Conshohocken, Pennsylvania-based restaurant chain, took the opportunity to invest in point-of-sale software and new cash-management practices while positioning the company for success in today?s challenging economy.

Five Steps To Help You Avoid Cash-Flow Woes
Many small business owners tend to gauge the health and success of their business on things such as profit margins, sales growth or strong customer loyalty. While these are critical metrics, the reality is that balanced cash flow is an equally important indicator of well being because cash pays the monthly bills, covers the payroll, and can be invested back into the company. Learn five tips to avoid the perils of uneven cash flow.

The Delicate Balance between Account Payables and Receivables
It?s second nature for any business owner to keep an eye on sales, repeat business, and profits. But as critical as these factors are, it?s equally important to monitor the delicate balance between accounts receivable and accounts payable. Otherwise, your business can run out of cash without warning, and in a slow economy, that risk can be greater than ever.

When and How to Offer Discounts for Early Payment
Offering discounts for cash, upfront and early payment can be an integral part of a comprehensive business management strategy, not just the domain of the accounts receivable department. Find out how two business owners thought of creative ways of getting paid earlier than the standard net 30 days to increase their cash-flow management.

Accounts Receivable Nightmares: Collecting on Delinquent Accounts
How do you collect on delinquent accounts without damaging the customer relationship? How do you manage the balance between keeping a steady stream of new clients coming through the door, servicing your existing clients, and keeping the accounting books even? Issues such as cash flow management, administrative organization, and the ability to set firm payment terms will contribute to the ease ? or lack thereof ? of managing your business and collecting successfully on delinquent accounts.

Sasha Vasilyuk

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