Bill Ringle Leads AskBillRingle.com Forum on Ways to Improve
AskBillRingle.com's open conference call for entrepreneurs and business owners on March 1,
2012 will address the subject "Ways to Improve Cashflow."
Philadelphia, PA, March 02, 2012 - Nationally known CEO coach Bill Ringle will lead this month's
AskBillRingle.com forum, "Ways to Improve Cashflow," on Thursday, March 1, at 4:00pm ET. Good
cashflow is essential to any successful business, but easily becomes a black hole for time and
resources when improperly managed.
Ringle will describe five symptoms that your business has cash flow problems and provide twelve
concrete ideas to improve your cash flow. He’ll also discuss how to identify the main causes of
delayed payments, ways to be braver asking for payments, and outsourcing collections when all
“Generating business, operating a business, and growing a business all depend on having funds to
spend and invest. Small business owners tell me that they are especially squeezed in a tight
economy by delayed payments on one level and rigid credit ceilings on another level, and if you
only look at your finances from those two sources, you can find yourself in trouble very quickly,”
explains Bill Ringle. “Over the years, my clients have taught me a wide range of new perspectives
to identify, anticipate, and ultimately generate win-win situations from no-win situations related to
cash flow issues, and that’s what I’ll be sharing on this AskBillRingle call.”
AskBillRingle.com gives business owners and entrepreneurs answers to their most pressing
business growth questions. The website and accompanying conference calls focus on a different
subject each month, and give business owners unprecedented access to Ringle's expertise,
experience, and advice. April's topic, "Standing Out From the Crowd," will provide unique tips for
grabbing customers’ attention and increasing visibility in your niche.
Bill Ringle works with entrepreneurs and executives who want to overcome the five big challenges
to business growth so that they can run profitable and rewarding businesses rather than become
stuck and overwhelmed in unfulfilling and draining roles. He has worked on four continents, is the
author of four business books, and inspires and educates thousands of business leaders each year
through his speaking, coaching, interactive programs, and educational products.
For more information and to participate, visit http://AskBillRingle.com.
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