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Cringing on salary and bill payments? Time to focus on cashflow with these 5 tips

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Vishal Vivek is Co-Founder & CEO of SEO Corporation, a New Delhi based SEO & Web agency. A motivational speaker, blogger, gut wrenching risk taker, pet lover and hard working soul. Credited for taking SEO Corporation from living room to immense heights with his vision and brute passion . Demystifying online marketing for startups and entrepreneurs is what he loves the most. When he is not writing or researching, you can find him deeply engrossed in books or playing with his pets. Follow him on Twitter @victor_nepoleon
Smart cash-flow management is all about quick collection of invoices and timely payment of bills Johnny Cash, the famous American country music singer, is not usually associated with startups. But he has wise advice for all startup founders: “Sometimes I am two people,” he once said. “Johnny is the nice one. Cash causes all the trouble. They fight.” The singer’s observation speaks to the importance of cash. And small businesses should remember it. Going whole hog for growth without taking care of cash flow can lead to the downfall of your company. You should, however, stop chasing growth if you’re starting to crib when signing your employees’ pay cheques or bills to vendors. The lack of cash flow is the second biggest reason for startup closures (the first is product failure in the marketplace). According to a study by research firm CB Insights, lack of cash flow causes the untimely demise of 29% of startups. Fortunately, if you recognise the problem, you can deal with it. Here’s what you need to do to improve cash flow in your small business: Read More
Vishal Vivek
Vishal Vivek
Entrepreneur, Virgo, speaker, writer, a pampered son & a loving brother. Featured as Inspiring Indian by The Times Group. Life is still unfolding for me. Lots to be written in coming years. You can read some old news about me here: and my short story here( reprint of the story which was published in the Times Group book): Last but not the least, I am grateful to my mom & dad, my sisters, my friends, my fans for filling my life with love & happiness. Amen!

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