This month we have released a host of new features for the Inventory component, as well as a new Inventory report and report settings menu. This will provide some fresh new forecasting methods for stock purchase and sale.
The last year has thrown up some major issues for businesses, but the best have adapted in order to survive. In this article we discuss planning change in your business in times of change.
Here is a cash flow forecast template we’ve created to help ease the workload of setting up your forecasting spreadsheet. This is an update to the original post written in March 2019. Enter your email below for your Free Cash Flow Template, read on for tips and tricks on how to get started. We have […]
This week we bring you a video demo of Brixx – a “back to basics” tour of the app that will teach you the fundamental principles behind Brixx so that you can get the most out of modelling in the app. Beginners welcome!
In the last article of the 90 day challenge, we discussed how to successfully complete a soft launch. With a soft launch, you are only releasing your product/service with the bare essentials and zero marketing fanfare. Now that you’ve done that, it’s time to start getting ready to fully launch your business. In this article, we’ll explore the launch process in depth.
In the last week of the 90 day challenge, we discuss how to fully launch your business.
Preparing for a full business launch can be a stressful time. However, this week, we will guide you through each stage of the business launch. We will look at everything from beta testing to completing a soft launch.
By the end of this week, you will be able to confidently and smoothly go to market.
In this article, we look at the different types of investors, their characteristics and the stake they have in the businesses they invest in. If you’re looking at who to pitch your business ideas to, it’s worth being aware of the different opportunities for external funding out there.
How to fund your business is a question of key importance for entrepreneurs. Many businesses don’t just seek out a single source of capital, but have a wide variety of different funding sources. In this article, we outline some of the most common ways new businesses are funding themselves today.
This week our topic is money – specifically – how to fund your business. We’ll look at the routes available for startup funding, including self-funding, grants and traditional loans, as well as the different types of investor and what their involvement means for your business.