At the conference you get to select the biz tool session you wish to attend. Each session has nine people plus the expert.
This year you make your selection at the actual event. We recommend you come, prepared to select your top three choices and every effort will be made to accommodate you. Sessions will be filled on a first-come basis, so come early.
Managing your cash flow
The first step in managing cash flow is getting a handle on when your money is coming in and when it’s going out. With this information, you’ll be able to more accurately forecast your cash flow so you can plan for fluctuations in your business caused by seasonal or economic factors.
It will also help you determine how much cash or credit you need in reserve to keep you in the black through slower periods.
The technological world we live in makes the process much easier – and the engine that drives it is online banking. Not only can it save you time, it can really simplify your cash-flow management and record-keeping. It also provides a secure channel to conduct transactions.
Online banking is much more than just accessing your business accounts quickly and securely from your computer.
It allows you to move money between your accounts, track who you’ve paid, who’s paid you and which payments are still outstanding.
Rosel George is a Commercial Account Manager in Ontario South West. During her twenty tear tenure with RBC, Rosel spent the last 10- years in various leadership roles in Operations, the Contact Centre and National Office. Before joining the Commercial team Rosel was in the P&CB leadership role at National Office where she focused on Strategy within the Personal Financing Team. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management from Nipissing University. In her spare time she enjoys interior decorating and spending time with her four children and husband who is also an RBC employee.
Every year our Biz Tools experts share their knowledge with you in small group discussions. These are women who are part of the Company of Women community or friends of our organization. Please welcome and thank them for sharing their expertise with you.