The economic “meltdown” has reminded entrepreneurs and businesses just how exposed they are to external market forces well outside their scope of control. What came into harsher focus was how entirely dependent the business “engine” has become on the availability of credit. When access to financing becomes impaired, the flow of money – and ultimately, commerce, -- is dramatically slowed. When commerce suffers, many businesses don’t survive the arduous journey back to recovery and sustainability.
But what if your organization could be less dependent on external sources when in need of quick liquidity? What if you could maintain enough control of your economic environment to facilitate your own flow of capital? You can accomplish this by leveraging the financial resources already allocated to other issues in your company, such as executive benefits and business continuation initiatives.
In this webinar, we will share:
The availability of “financing” and how it impacts business every day
How to leverage limited resources to maximize financial security and control
Tips to minimize risks from external forces
Presenter: David E. Brown, Partner at Foundation Finance
David E. Brown and Foundation Finance focus exclusively on safe and fundamental economic strategies that position their clients for predictable long-term growth without sacrificing short-term control and liquidity. By guiding organizations to better maintain control and liquidity, Foundation Finance helps their clients become equipped to handle setbacks that result from unforeseen internal issues as well as those occurring due to external economic forces.
Dave maintains his blog, The Foundation Strategy, at www.foundationfinanceus.com. He is currently working on his book, Peeling Back the Financial Onion – Your Economic Environment Always Changes, How Come Conventional Wisdom Never Does?