Tag: Cash Flow

December 15, 2018 Hansie Britz

                Cash burn rate is the rate at which a company uses up its cash reserves or cash balance. How fast are you burning through your cash reserves? Or is your cash moving the other direction, building up a healthy balance from positive cash flow. Cash burn rate is a big concern for funded startups….

December 16, 2017 Hansie Britz

“Cash Flow” refers to the revenues a business generates (and collects) compare to the expenses it pays out over a fixed period of time. Broadly speaking, businesses bring in money through sales, financing and returns on investments. And they spend money on supplies/services, as well as utilities, taxes and other bills. Cash Flow problems affect…

December 16, 2017 Hansie Britz

                                Buying your way into entrepreneurship can be an appealing option and mitigate many of the risks of “growing your own” when it comes to launching any business. Sticking your neck out to secure the startup capital, hiring the right employees, and establishing cash flow are just a few of the risks that send would-be…

May 26, 2015 Hansie Britz

                                                      There  are two broad ways of going into business for oneself. You could either start from scratch or purchase an existing business. Starting from  scratch has the advantage of allowing you to shape the business exactly as…