Slow Season On The Horizon?
With few exceptions, most types of businesses experience a “slow season” at some point every year. Consumers tend to purchase less January-March, patients tend to hold off on routine doctor visits over the November-December holidays, outdoor food markets are slower during rainy springs, and so on. A dip in sales during these times doesn’t necessarily mean a business is in trouble, but without careful planning navigating the slow times can be tough.
How do you survive the slowdown without hitting the panic button?
We Can Help You:
- Identify the most important financial aspect of your business growth plan (preserving operating cash, maintaining personal liquidity, minimizing balance sheet impact)
- Learn about the financing options available for business expansion projects
- Decide which program is best for your unique business needs