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Discussion and thoughts on good financial management and issues for UK small business
Be prepared if you want to collect your cash
The first in our series of occasional white papers aimed at providing practical help to business owners and managers, looks at credit management. The trick is in getting it right, before you give credit, not when the customer will not pay!
What's all the Hubbub About?
15 March 2011
We recently launched a new segment on a local radio program called 'Helping Businesses Better Manage Their Money'. Our feature airs each week as part of The Business Hub which is sponsored by Insight Associates. The 'hubs' concept is to 'Help Anyone in Business Succeed' and it's the first of its kind in the UK.