Managing Cashflow is top of mind for most business owners. And when times are tough, proper and innovative management of cashflow can become a matter of life and death for the business.
Cashflow management can be a critical success factor in ensuring your business will survive and prosper within your industry.
For those business owners who are focussed on managing cashflow, the 18 October Business Owners Forum will be a must-attend event.
This event will be held at the BNZ Partners facility on Constellation Drive, North Harbour at 5:30pm on Thursday 18 October 2012 – and will run through to 7:30pm on the night.
We have assembled a varied and skilled panel for this event:
Karl Gaines. Karl founded, built and sold Origin IT taking it from zero cashflow to a team of 60 employees along the way. Periods of rapid growth require business owners to pay particular attention to cashflow – as Karl knows from his own journey. Kark has some valuable insights to share.
Alexander Lancaster. Alex is a Cashflow Solutions Specialist at BNZ. He is regularly speaking with business owners and managers in a wide range of industries – particularly in the business to business space – to understand their trade cycle and cashflow needs. Alex has seen businesses succeed and fail based on their management of cashflow – and has many nuggets to share on this topic.
Kerrin Harrison. Kerrin owns and manages Pegasus Group, who import sporting goods from China for distribution around New Zealand to the likes of The Warehouse, Farmers and Toyworld. A business of this nature often stand or fall on their ability to manage cashflow – and Kerrin has many valuable tips, techniques and insights.
As always for Business Owners Forum events, this session will be free of charge and completely free of sales pitches from the supporters or the panelists. And there will be pizza, beer and wine to lubricate quality discussion.
Business Owners Forums are held monthly on the third Thursday of the month – alternating between North Harbour and Whangarei venues.
If you’d like to attend this event, email Fraser Hurrell before the end of 16 October 2012. And if you’d like to be included on the invite list for future events, just add your contact details in the box to the right.