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Cash flow is king – recovering debts

Cash flow is king – recovering debts

Collecting overdue debts and reviewing aged debts should always be a priority for any business. However, as we navigate our way through this current crisis, and the UK begins to take tentative steps towards an increase in economic activity, now is the time to look at adopting alternative cash collection strategies when faced with customers with financial difficulties.

This webinar will highlight the tools that are available to support businesses with recovering debts owed to them, as well as address current burning questions such as how to prioritise which customers to chase for payment and what steps can be taken to try an avoid bad debt in the first instance.

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