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Cashflow has been a hot topic in the accounting industry this year. Being cash-savvy is vital for businesses – as an advisor, you want to be using the best tools to stay on top of things.

Watch this webinar recording to hear Richard Francis (CEO of Spotlight Reporting), Colin Hewitt (CEO of Float), and David Tuck (CEO of Chaser), take a deep-dive into the world of cashflow. They discuss:

  • Different ways to tackle challenges around getting cash in and how to advise your clients on this issue.
  • The best strategies for managing your clients' cash.
  • Why forecasting for the future is critical and how you can step up in this space.
  • How you can create alternative cashflow scenarios. 

Watch the recording to get practical, actionable steps to maximise cashflow strategies in your firm. 

About the speakers:

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Richard Francis, CEO, Spotlight Reporting
Richard is a CA, and a trusted advisor with 20+ years of advisory experience. As the director of a ‘boutique’ professional practice, Richard saw a need to improve analysis and forecasting for his clients and this led to him starting Spotlight Reporting. Richard was also the GM of Workpapers for Xero.

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Colin Hewitt, CEO and Founder, Float
Colin is the CEO and co-founder of Float, an award-winning cashflow add-on for Xero, FreeAgent and Quickbooks Online. He and his team are on a mission to help businesses understand their numbers and produce accurate forecasts in a fraction of the time, compared to spreadsheets.

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David Tuck, CEO and Co-Founder, Chaser
In 2014, David founded Chaser to make the world’s best credit control software. David is a CA and previously worked for Deloitte, and as a small business FD. At Chaser, he empowers accountants and bookkeepers to deliver clients the best in credit control, ending late payment woes and helps them grow.

Watch the recording