1st Key of the ’10 Keys to a Profitable Business’

‘The financial resources to grow your business; sourced through equity, debt or retained profits’.

Successful Outcome:

Access to capital to invest in the business for growth and stability as and when needed without placing too much leverage on shares, assets, or profits… maintaining a healthy and manageable balance sheet.

How we can help you within this Key:

Below is an ever-evolving list of suggested Strategies, Tactics and Tools within the key of Capital.

Our aim is to assist you with any of these in one or more of the following ways:

  • Create for you
  • Assist you in creating
  • Critique for you
  • Educate you in
  • Suggest Affiliate Network specialists who may be able to assist

    Suggested Strategies, Tactics and Tools with the Key of Capital:

    • Debt Management
    • Retained Earnings
    • alance Sheet
    • Exit Strategy
    • Cash Gap Analysis
    • Cash Gap Management
    • Cashflow Analysis
    • Cashflow Management
    • Crowd Funding
    • Re-Investing for Growth
    • Factoring or Debtor Invoice Funding
    • Capital Raising through Equity
    • Company Tax
    • Legal Requirements
    • Financial Due Diligence
    • Mergers Acquisitions
    • Equity Partners

    *Capital is often one of the most misunderstood areas of business, it is used to get things done, make investments in your business to increase capacity or productivity or to launch a new phase of your business or a brand-new start-up. Capital never guarantees success, but it does allow you to execute many components of your Strategic Business Plan quicker if you are accessing capital externally as opposed to organically from within your own business. In some cases, businesses that have a disparity in trading terms between AP and AR (which they can’t quickly or easily rectify) may not be able to cashflow their business unless they gain access to capital externally to shrink the existing cash gap to allow them to successfully trade. When dealing with Capital raising and Financing issues through Debt or Equity, we suggest seeking external advice from top tier specialists within their field.