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As a tradie, you want quality clients who you know will pay you on time. Using deposits is a powerful tool in your cash flow toolkit to pre-qualify our clients. In this blog, our terms of trade expert explains 5 reasons asking for a deposit can get your better clients.
It’s essential to identify the changes you need to make in your trade business to survive and thrive in any economy. The key is to focus on implementing and communicating your payment terms so clients know when to pay you and you can maximise your cash flow.
The most effective and scalable way to ensure you maximise your cash flow is to set professional, relevant terms of trade. Learn what a favourable terms of trade could do for your business.
A well-crafted Frequently Asked Questions or FAQ page is your secret weapon! Not only will it save you time in pre-empting commonly asked customer questions but it can also help bring in more paying clients and get you paid faster. Keep reading to learn how.
We shed some light on why communicating with your clients is key to the success of your trade business and show you some of the tools you can implement right now to boost your client comms and cash flow. Keep reading to find out more.
If you don’t have any processes in place, you’re likely causing problems for your customers as well as for your business. Learn what it could mean for your trade business and customers.
Good customer onboarding will result in happy customers, as people will know exactly what to expect and what you’ll deliver to them, and when. Happy customers are far more inclined to pay your invoices quickly. Follow these 4 steps to start getting paid faster.
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