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  • If you rely on winning tenders or quotes for your business, this information shared by some CFO On-Call Partners, who have helped their clients win some very large jobs, could be extremely valuable. 1. Time Investment Responding to tenders requires more effort than you may imagine. The information required can be time consuming and needs to be presented in specific ways. Start early and aim to finish a week ahead of the deadline. If possible investigate previous winners and

    their bids to check if it’s an appropriate tender for you.

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    Sue Hirst 8 Pointers for More Successful Tenders & Quotes

  • 6 Steps to better Job Management and Profit With so much going on in business, it can be a daunting exercise to know what to work on first to create improvements. Everyone is busy doing their job and trying their best to deliver good service to customers, but it’s not quite working the way it should and the business isn’t generating good enough profit. Methods evolve over time and different people do things their own way. Before you know it, the business and

    customers are at the mercy of the mood of the person delivering on the day. If you want to create a better outcome for your customers and your business, here are some high level points to consider:

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    Sue Hirst 6 Steps to Better Job Management & Profit

  • Ask yourself … “Would I lend the money to me?” This may seem like a weird question, but at the end of the day this is how a lender will look at you and the risk they’re taking lending you the money. 1. Here are more questions to ask of yourself What do I need the money for? If it’s to fund growth that’s great and you will need to demonstrate the reality of growth with plans/contracts etc. Banks are looking for intended uses such as … Working Capital needs e.g.

    to fund purchase of stock or to fund job costs Growth plans Financing the purchase of new equipment

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    Sue Hirst 4 Tips for A Successful Loan Application

  • If you're a hard working, sometimes cash-rich, sometimes cash-poor... or a cash-frustrated business owner... then you should read this. This book speaks in plain English about small business cashflow and recommends simple strategies to manage what is after all, the life-blood of your business. Cash is like the oxygen needed to give life to your business.

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    How to Improve Your Business Cashflow & Keep Some For Yourself

  • When there’s so much going on in a business, it can be difficult to know what to focus on and how to set things up for growth. Business owners find themselves being pulled in all directions and struggling to find time to work on their business. If this sounds like you, or someone you know... we’ve come up with a formula to help get things on track and simple. Most businesses can be broken down into five key areas being: Your product, service or solution How you market, promote and

    sell How you operate and finance your business How you handle Human Resources management How you handle Customer Service

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    Sue Hirst Epic Formula to manage your Business for Growth

  • Succession refers to the transfer of the ownership and/or management of a business. Ownership succession focuses on who will own the business, when and how that will happen. Management succession focuses on who will run the business, what changes will occur and when the new manager will be accountable for results.

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    Sue Hirst Our Guide to Succession Planning & Passing The Baton