“With ~30 million small businesses in the U.S. alone, many of whom suffer with cash flow challenges, I see an opportunity to have a significant positive impact on small businesses everywhere!”
COLUMBUS, Ohio (PRWEB) February 08, 2018
According to a U.S. Bank study, 82% of business failures are due to poor cash flow management, or poor understanding of how cash flow contributes to business . “How to Be a Cash Flow Pro” educates its readers on what cash flow is and how it differentiates from profits. More importantly, it also includes 50+ impactful tips that will help business owners avoid falling victim to the travails of poor cash flow management.
After a client informed author, Ken “Mr. Biz” Wentworth, that his guidance had not only saved his business but also his marriage, Ken felt compelled to write a book that could have the same type of impact for other business owners. “With ~30 million small businesses in the U.S. alone, many of whom suffer with cash flow challenges, I see an opportunity to have a significant positive impact on small businesses everywhere!”
Ken “Mr. Biz” Wentworth is a strategic business partner who works with small business owners to help them operate more profitably and more efficiently. He hosts a semi-weekly show, B2B Radio, regularly speaks to professional organizations and founded Mr. Biz Solutions, an exclusive website created to provide affordable business expertise for small business owners. During his career, Ken developed a diverse skillset by working in many different roles – Accountant, Investment Analyst, Operations Manager, Planning & Analysis Director and, of course, CFO for many different businesses.
If a business owner struggles at times with managing their company’s financial health, cash flow is the likely culprit. “How to Be a Cash Flow Pro” provides proven techniques to alleviate these challenges and help business owners sleep better at night. For example:
- How to use credit cards to create a huge advantage
- What is THE most important information to include on an invoice?
- How to effectively control expenses without hurting operations
- Simple tweaks to make to the collection process to get money flowing in the door
- Two tips to reduce payroll’s cash flow pressure
Bottom line - if improving a company’s cash flow is a goal, this book does it!
Dale Gregory, Gregory-Fowler Communications - Dale(at)GregoryFowler(dot)com or (614) 981-3167.
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