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How to Improve Cash Management — The Essential Survival Tool

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How to Improve Cash Management — The Essential Survival Tool
Speaker: Paul Haglund
Recorded: September 8, 2011
Length: 90 minutes

In a sputtering economy, cash management is an essential tool to help struggling engineering firms survive and to help healthy firms grow. Whatever the state of your firm, improving cash management will improve your prospects.

In this timely webinar, industry financial specialist Paul Haglund discusses the reasons why "cash is king" and how firms can accelerate cash flow and sustain critical working capital.

Attendees of this webinar get specifics on:

  • How to get more cash: billing/collections
  • How to manage cash: capital structure, managing cash inventory to maximize profits
  • How much cash do you need for working capital?

Overall, a firm is a bundle of assets deployed by its leadership. This webinar addresses key components of strategic and vigilant cash management and what engineering firms should do to improve theirs, including:

  • The business of selling hours vs. value/chargeability/overhead
  • Picking good clients, etc.
  • Optimizing the balance sheet
  • How to expedite cash receipts through the billing/collection cycle
  • Why client management is part of cash management
  • Managing cash to maximize profitability
  • Working capital requirements and managing the balance sheet
  • How to leverage your firm's position using cash

This webinar is a must for engineering firms of all sizes with an interest in improving and strengthening their cash flow.


This product is available as a download document only. At the end of your order, click the download link on the Order Confirmation screen. You will download a PDF with a link to the recorded seminar followed by copies of the session slides.



Product Details:
Author(s): Haglund Paul S.

ISBN: --
Year Published: 2011

Number of Pages: 17
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