10 results for ‘overdraft’

How to manage an overdraft

Managing an overdraft. Guide

A tasty Belgian delight from Phoenix Delite

After being made redundant in 2010, Pascale Van Riet decided to start her own company, creating luxury handmade Belgian chocolates and truffles. Case Study

Managing risk and uncertainty for small business owners

Financial Wellbeing and literacy expert Frank Conway from Moneywhizz outlines the best ways small business owners and entrepreneurs can manage risk. Guide

3 ways to grow sales and profits

Running a business can be challenging but learning different strategies can help you to become more profitable. Here are three top tips to help your business grow. Guide

Grow your business with smart borrowing

A common thought among businesses is that capital and cash reserves should be used instead of a loan or any other line of credit. Latest

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

Ireland’s best staff booking platform for events

Get the Shifts is a multi award winning temp staffing agency for the hospitality sector. They operate at some of Ireland's biggest events including Electric Picnic and many more. Case Study

Will a robot take your job?

Will artificial intelligence serve us or does it have the potential to wipe humankind from the face of the earth? Guide

Dr. Naomi Mackle on building Adare Clinic

A one minute interview with Dr. Naomi Mackle, MD of the Adare Clinic.  How did the company get its name? Our first clinic is based in Adare, Co. Limerick, hence the name ‘The Adare Clinic’.  How long have you been in business? For just over six years. Did you receive any supports when starting your […] Case Study

How to grow your business at the right pace

It is possible to grow your business too quickly, it’s called overtrading and it can be dangerous. Managing growth can be tricky, requiring a careful balancing between meeting customers’ orders on the one hand, and not over-stretching the resources and ability of the business to meet these orders on the other. This constant balancing act […] Guide