Cash flow or financial planning has an immediate impact on the efficiency of your business’s operation. Read about cash flow planning basics for SaaS companies.
What is the best tool to create a financial model? Is it Excel or something more dedicated, and what is best for newbies? We discuss this and more in the penultimate article in our “Forecasting Fundamentals” series
In our newest ‘starting a business’ article, we take a look at one of the most popular business to start in the last year – cake baking!
In this in-depth e-commerce guide we go into the steps and factors that contribute towards a cash flow forecast you can make solid decisions around.
Whether you’re an established food truck/van owner or you’ve just got the seed of an idea, you’ll know that it’s necessary to create a cash flow forecast if you want a chance at success. Get started now with our in-depth guide.
We’re looking at the highs and lows of cash flow forecast templates this week. Learn how to get the best from this simple, annotated cash flow template on Google Sheets or Excel.
Welcome to a new series on the Brixx Blog – Forecasting Fundamentals.
In this article, we tackle the very basics, if you’re new to forecasting, start here!
Our blog has seen a total of 62 new articles over the year. We’ve compiled a list of our top 10 favourites from the year that won’t be forgotten.
Whether you’re starting or you already have a clothing business, one thing which is often overlooked is the financial forecasting aspect of it. In this article I’m going to be covering how to create a cash flow forecast for a clothing business. I’ll cover the key areas with examples of their significance in a clothing business. Then, step by step, I’m going to build a cash flow forecast!