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Control Of Working Capital

Putting financial theory into practice

Control of working capital

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Customers won’t pay on time, suppliers won’t deliver until bills are paid; spare capital is tied up in work-in-progress. It’s a ‘catch 22’ situation that can bring a business to its knees.

This humorous programme makes the subject easy to understand and proposes ways of avoiding the traps that lie in wait for the unwary manager. We are shown where capital is locked up in a business and how to free it up and how sales forecasts and regular meetings can help control working capital.

This programme assumes no prior knowledge of finance and uses everyday language instead of complex financial jargon.

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