Cash is the “oxygen” that breathes life into a business. Without it a business can function briefly, however, a prolonged shortage can cause the whole system to break down. The current global pandemic has made it incredibly challenging for businesses to maintain their cash flow and it can be alarming to consider the hit your business’s liquidity. However, careful planning provides a viable solution to these difficult times.
Join us at our next Elevate NW Series webinar, led by Brad Krueger, Business Strategist, Coach and founder of Success Beyond Luck
. Brad will lead webinar attendees through:
• The main cause of cash flow problems
• Cash flow management tips that you can apply to your business
• Strategies to keep cash flowing in your business
• Simple suggestions to ease cash crunches and improve your daily cash flow
• An exercise where attendees can work on their own profit and cash flow projections (this will be done in the privacy of your own home and no information needs to be shared with other attendees)
Brad is the Founder of Success Beyond Luck, a Burien-based firm that partners primarily with service business owners (e.g. tech, graphic design, construction, senior care) as they pursue success in today's dynamic environment. Brad has a knack for helping individual owners and executive teams turn big ideas into concrete actions. With his guidance, leaders gain the focus and perspective they need to make steady progress toward their vision of success. Brad is generous with the wealth of knowledge he’s accumulated from his extensive professional experience and from his University of Wisconsin-Madison MBA.
Coach and Founder of Success Beyond Luck
About Our Sponsor:
Waste Management is the leading provider of comprehensive recycling and environmental services in the Pacific Northwest and North America. The company provides innovative sustainability solutions for residential, commercial and industrial customers, from curbside collection with trucks powered by renewable natural gas to award-winning public outreach focused on waste reduction and recycling. Waste Management added all-electric vehicles to its Seattle fleet in 2019. The company uses waste that cannot be recycled to generate renewable energy for Seattle City Light, providing electricity to power 12,500 homes in Seattle.