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Why are Business Plans important?

Post by : admin | Post on : October 13, 2017

Have you thought about what you want from your business? The answer is generally “yes, it is all in my head”. That’s great, except… in order to achieve those goals, your entire team needs to know what those goals are. Are you running a one man show, or do you expect the business to work […]

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What is the difference between a CFO and an Accountant?

Post by : admin | Post on : October 13, 2017

So, you already have a Bookkeeper, Tax Accountant and a Financial Planner.  All these people require special qualifications and experience in their area of expertise.  How is a CFO different and why do you need one?  We offer part-time CFO services through-out Sydney to assist small business owners, see our website at www.ExemplarBusinessAdvisors.com A CFO […]

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What is a Virtual CFO?

Post by : admin | Post on : October 13, 2017

Put simply, CFOs are like a Senior Advisor to the 2IC to the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) or owner of the business. They are mainly found in medium to large sized companies, where it is not possible for the CEO to focus on everything, so he will rely on a Senior Manager from each department […]

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How to Raise Funding for a Fast Growing Company

Post by : admin | Post on : October 13, 2017

You need help from someone with specialist skills in this area. However, before you take the leap… have a think about what it is that outside investors will want to see as evidence that you are a healthy business. This will help you when it comes to selling the idea to a consultant so they can […]

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Building & Construction Industry – unique complications

Post by : admin | Post on : October 13, 2017

Frequently Asked Questions There are 3 critical questions that you can’t afford to get wrong in the Building & Construction Industry… but there are many others too. 1.Profitability I am busy, but why is my business not profitable? 2.Cashflow Sales are growing, but why does it seem there is never enough cash in the bank? […]

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