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Cash flow is the lifeblood of a startup. Effective cash flow management is fundamental to a business’s success. In times of uncertainty, understanding your cash position is even more important for startups in survival mode.
As a founder, you must have a firm grasp of cash flow mechanics to keep your business operating smoothly. To help you stay on top of it, in this webinar, we’ll break down the basics of cash flow management and provide tips so you can guarantee a healthy cash flow for your business.
With a clear understanding of your company’s cash flow, you can get through downturns and be in a strong position to grow in a new environment as the economy gradually reopens.
CFO, Head of New York Office at tempCFO, Inc.
John Walker is currently CFO, Head of New York Office with tempCFO, which provides fully outsourced accounting solutions to start-up, emerging high-growth and established companies. Mr. Walker leads all New York region activities and provides strategic CFO advisory services to technology ventures and other businesses.
Mr. Walker was previously Director of Finance at A-List Education where he led the restructuring of the finance infrastructure to support growth in the college education services business. Prior to A-List, Mr. Walker was Consulting Director of Finance at Echoing Green, where in addition to managing the organization’s financial systems he also led all impact investing activities, developing the Recoverable Grant investment concept and leading the structuring of the partnership with The Social Entrepreneurs’ Fund.
Mr. Walker lectures on impact investing at Columbia Business School also advises a number of start-up businesses, focusing on financial management and investment strategy.
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