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  • Five Ways To Control Costs

    Driving the bottom line through profitable revenue growth likely is the objective of virtually every company.  This should be the number one focus, of course.  If you’re not growing, you’re dying.  But companies also need to focus on controlling costs.  Without constant vigilance, companies can find themselves in an uncompetitive situation with bloat...

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  • How to manage your cash flow

    Cash is king when it comes to the financial management of a growing company. The lag between the time you have to pay your suppliers and employees and the time you collect from your customers is the problem, and the solution is cash flow management. At its simplest, cash flow management means delaying outlays of cash as long as possible while encouraging a...

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  • The Importance of Cash Management

    Cash flow is of vital importance to the health of a business. One saying is: “revenue is vanity, cash flow is sanity, but cash is king”. What this means is that whilst it may look better to have large inflows of revenue from sales, the most important focus for a business is cash flow. Many businesses may continue to trade in the short- to medium-term eve...

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  • New ‘Hendo Hunt’ will challenge knowledge of Main Street

    By Molly McGowan Times-News Staff Writer Published: Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 4:30 a.m. Think you know your hometown? Hendersonville’s upcoming “Hendo Hunt” event in November aims to challenge local schools, businesses and individuals to decode clues along downtown’s Main Street — while raising money for three nonprofits. The Nov. 8 fa...

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  • 5 worst networking mistakes

    Everyone tries to network, but few people do it well, often making the same basic mistakes. Here’s what not to do when you’re trying to expand or leverage your network: If you make a bad mistake on the job search, what’s the worst that can happen? You might not get the job, and as frustrating as that is, sometimes it’s just not meant to happe...

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