Survival Tips in this Economy: Acquisitions, Cashflow and Credit
Discipline: Ethics & Business Practices
With credit tightening, unemployment rising, and housing values falling, consumers and businesses are feeling the effects of a tough economy. For the business person, surviving this tough economy requires a multi faceted approach involving cash, expenses, credit and even tax strategies. The silver lining: businesses which are targets in acquisitions tend to sell cheaper as they are valued for less. A tough economy can be the best time to pick up some bargain target companies just in time to get them ready for the next economic upswing. For the broker, surviving this tough economy requires nerves of steel and the willingness to explain why they should be acquiring companies even during this tough economic time.
1. Analyze targeted acquisitions
2. Examine the multi faceted approach of increasing cash flow and lines of credit
3. Specify expenses that can be cut and managed
4. Target specific tax strategies
For more information please visit www.worldofconcrete.com or contact Informa at 972-536-6416.
Future Dates and Locations
|No courses scheduled|