August 15, 2019

Working Capital in Manufacturing: How to Thrive in Periods of Rising Costs & Explosive Growth

A quick definition so that we’re on the same page: Working capital is your cash for day-to-day expenses. More specifically, working capital represents short-term assets available to a business for meeting their financial obligations like payroll, creditors, and suppliers. Cash flow is your ability to generate cash over… Read More

August 14, 2019

What is invoice factoring? Today and through the years.

Before the days of Quickbooks, Xero, Harvest, or Excel there was invoice factoring. Invoice factoring has been around for thousands of years but because technology has changed so drastically (especially in the last twenty years) we think it’s a good idea to provide an updated definition. Whether you’re… Read More

August 8, 2019

Reading List: Radical Self-Inquiry, Only You Know Where You Are Headed

Growing your business? Trying to be happy? Solving problems – professionally or personally? Figuring out what drives you? Radical Self Inquiry I read Reboot by Jerry Colonna this weekend. He talks about radical self-inquiry throughout the book. He shares… Read More

August 7, 2019

How To Get Your Invoices Paid Faster: Invoice Factoring vs Invoice Discounting

It’s tough to get your invoices paid faster, especially when the company you’re invoicing is bigger than you are. Discounting is a solution that entices your customers to pay their invoice faster, and Factoring skips the whole problem by paying you immediately. Invoice Factoring Factoring an… Read More

July 31, 2019

How Can I Fund The Growth Of My App or Game Business?

Did you launch an app or game on a distribution platform and need your revenue right away or can you wait 30-45 days?  What could you accomplish with your funds a month (or more) faster?  Could you hire an additional developer? Click go on… Read More

July 11, 2019

Top Five Things To Put In An Invoice

We want to avoid writing a blog post that gives painfully obvious invoice advice. Instead, here’s a look at five basic parts of an invoice and what you can do to enhance each section. The Amount Due When your customer opens an… Read More

July 1, 2019

Five Tips For Sending An Invoice

Organizations often feel like being paid on time is out of their control. It’s normal for an Accounts Receivable department and the sales team to think, “Well, we did our part. Everything is in the contract and in the invoice. Now it’s on the customer to… Read More

June 24, 2019

Top 5 Metrics To Understand Your Business Cash Flow

As a business owner, CEO, or someone who oversees finances, how do you know if your business’ cash flow is healthy? What’s normal vs. cause for concern? And what are the most helpful metrics you can use to evaluate–not only the current health of your business–but to also… Read More

June 16, 2019

Bill Gates & Warren Buffet: Time vs Money

If you frequent LinkedIn, you’ve probably seen a few of your connections share this video in the last couple of months.  Bill Gates talks about how amazed he was to see Warren Buffet’s weekly calendar. The surprise: It’s almost empty. There are entire weeks where… Read More

June 1, 2019

5 Reasons Invoice Factoring Is Better Than Traditional Funding Or Lending

Invoice factoring has been around for thousands of years, with its origins stretching all the way back to the Roman Empire. While certain industries are familiar with invoice factoring as part of their business models (like transportation, trucking, manufacturing), most CEOs aren’t aware that factoring is… Read More