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The Importance of Cash Flow Planning

Cash flow planning is an integral part of business sustainability. Much like the heart in our body, we can’t live without it. Cash flow is the heart of a business; we can’t stay in business without cash flow coming in regularly. What is cash flow planning? Let me begin by providing you with few helpful […]

Post - 2014/07/23

Keeping the Cash Flow Positive

Many new business ventures fail as they struggle to generate enough cash flow to sustain operations. Even for established companies, positive cash flow is required not only to take care of day-to-day expenses, but also to invest in infrastructure and future growth. 1. Get rid of excess inventoryExcess inventory causes worry for every business. It […]

Post - 2012/05/23

Pricing Strategies: Pricing and Costing Your Product

How to Price a Product for Success COURSE DESCRIPTION Whatever business you are in, your pricing strategy is one of the most important decisions you will face. Setting a price that is too high, or too low, will – at best – stifle your business’ growth prospects. At worst, it could seriously damage your sales […]

Event - 2020/06/30

Women of Whistler Webinar: National Support for Women Entrepreneurs

Women’s Enterprise Centre is delighted to partner with Women of Whistler for this webinar! Are you a fempreneur running (or planning to start) your own business? Find out how to tap into the Women’s Entrepreneurship Strategy support! The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected women entrepreneurs, who typically operate smaller businesses and have less access to […]

Event - 2020/06/11

Payment Change Request for Additional Interest-Only Payments

If your business is still being affected by COVID-19 and you are unable to resume full payments on your Women’s Enterprise Centre loan, then you may be eligible for up to 6 months of additional interest-only payments (starting with your July payment). How to apply To apply for this option, you will need to supply […]

Page - 2020/06/10

Restart Plan: Reopening Your Business During COVID-19

Adapting Your Business to the “New Normal” COURSE DESCRIPTION As businesses across British Columbia carefully and thoughtfully reopen their doors, they’re finding out it’s not as simple as turning a switch on. COVID-19 has left a lasting impact on operations, supply chains and financials, with business owners having to quickly pivot in several different areas. […]

Event - 2020/06/09

5 Tips to Manage Business Stress

My husband and I purchased a food manufacturing business at the end of fall 2019 and launched it on December 1. After one month of training by the previous owner, we thought we knew everything about our business. And we were so wrong!! We faced many challenges. The good part is we learned a lot […]

Post - 2020/06/04

Pricing Strategies: Pricing and Costing Your Product

COURSE DESCRIPTION Whatever business you are in, your pricing strategy is one of the most important decisions you will face. Setting a price that is too high, or too low, will – at best – stifle your business’ growth prospects. At worst, it could seriously damage your sales and cash flow. Mixing a marketing and […]

Event - 2020/05/05

Don’t Panic – Persevere! Find Your Business Path Through Covid-19

Over the past month, we’ve worked with lots of women entrepreneurs, and we’re starting to see them turn a corner and settle into this new normal. Some are even getting ahead of the curve and embracing some of these changes! If you’re somewhere between surviving and thriving, here are four ways to help you find […]

Post - 2020/05/04

Finding a New Normal: How to Reduce Costs and Increase Revenues in a Crisis

This webinar will help you get creative and action-oriented on your revenue and expenses to survive and thrive the current recession. About this Event Keith Ippel of Spring will lead an engaging conversation about the creative ways of reducing costs and growing revenue in a recession. This interactive session will walk through the requirements of […]

Event - 2020/04/29