Finance and Cash Flow Management during COVID-19

Finance and Cash Flow Management during COVID-19

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Webinar, WA 6000

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Description

The financial impact of COVID-19 has been felt across all industries, including the freight and logistics sector.

This interactive presentation will discuss:

  • How you can improve your cash flow;

  • Managing your debtors;

  • Financial strategies to reduce your expenses; and

  • Non-payment disputes.

Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during the presentation.

This session is suitable for people working with the freight and logistics sector.

This session is presented by the SBDC, the only agency in the Western Australian Government dedicated to helping small business. In fact, we've been providing practical support to small business owners for more than 30 years.


Important booking information

You are limited to two tickets per booking (you can of course make more than one booking).

We will be emailing you with important information including instructions and a link on how to join and important information to ensure your device is suitable. Therefore, if you are booking for more than one person, please ensure you provide each person's email address.

To book for larger groups, please contact us on 133 140.

Additional information for live webinar sessions

Please check your computer's suitability for webinars, also its sound quality, browser, internet bandwidth and speed and Java plugin (if required) before the start of this live webinar.

Our webinars are run as live, interactive sessions, similar to the format of our face-to-face sessions. For this reason, there is a limited number of tickets per session so our presenters can adequately interact with, and respond to, attendees. Recordings of these live sessions are not available if you do not attend the live event time.