10 results for ‘CASHFLOW’

How to avoid common cashflow mistakes

One of the most common reasons that small businesses fail is that they do not manage their cashflow successfully. Here are five top mistakes to avoid. Guide

Cashflow management is crucial

Cashflow management can represent the difference between survival and failure. Guide

9 tips to achieve business Financial Wellbeing

Is your business struggling or thriving? Here are 9 top tips to help you ensure your firm is fighting fit financially. Latest

IT Sligo: On the edge of AI

If you want to see how a regional college that harbours university ambitions is aligning with job creation in Ireland’s northeast, look no further than IT Sligo. Guide

Why your business needs a cash reserve

Having a cash reserve is one thing that many successful businesses have in common and serves as a buffer during lean times. Guide

The interview: Michael Lauhoff, Bank of Ireland

The director of Business Banking at Bank of Ireland Michael Lauhoff talked with ThinkBusiness about just how prepared export-focused businesses should be; deal or no deal. Guide

PwC’s Colm Browne: Budget 2020 prudent in light of Brexit

Despite the growing economy, Minister Paschal Donohoe opted for a prudent budget given the increasing expectation of a disorderly Brexit, says Colm Browne, Tax director at PwC in Ireland. Guide

Brexit: IBEC calls for €1.5bn in State aid over 3 years

Business lobby group IBEC has called for €1.5bn per annum in State aid support for three years to help stabilise the Irish economy in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit Guide

Only 28pc of Irish firms can do e-commerce

Despite challenges like Brexit, Irish SMEs feel resilient but will need to embrace digital channels such as e-commerce to navigate the choppy waters ahead. Guide

Cork entrepreneur helping food businesses thrive

Noreen O’Connell is an expert in the food industry and will be discussing her career and businesses at the Friday Breakfast Club event in Bank of Ireland ‘s Cork Workbench , 70 Patrick St on 8 November. Case Study