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BrewTech: The best tech stack for Breweries & Distilleries

September 13, 2021Breweries

Brewing the best beer, gin, whisky, vodka or kombucha is an art and brewers work on their recipes for years before they have something worthy of the general public. This being said, it’s still the easy part. Just to complicate things, add the following: – brewing in large volumes; – branding & marketing; – bottling …

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How To Price Your Wholesale Products

September 10, 2021Inventory

How To Price Products for Wholesale It’s an exciting time when you are finally ready to launch your new product. But the question is, how much do you sell your product for? This might seem like an easy question to answer. But if your pricing is off, potential customers could view you as a cheaper, …

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How Inventory Management Affects Cash Flow

September 1, 2021Cash Flow , Inventory

Cash flow is key to the success of every business. Poor inventory management can negatively affect your cash flow, the overall productivity of your business, and your bottom line. But if you’re a growing company, you may not realise just how much a solid inventory management system can improve your cash flow.   How cloud …

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Tips For Improving Debtor Management

August 20, 2021Uncategorized

Proper management of your debtors is essential. A well-managed pool of debtors will see debts paid faster and lessen the build-up of bad debt in your business. Without proper management, you can expect some of your customers to become large burdens on your cash flow. But management of your credit can be tough – as …

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How your craft brewery can survive (and thrive) during a lockdown.

August 13, 2021Breweries

For Craft Breweries, rolling lockdowns are sink or swim. Adapt quickly and you’ll survive and in some cases; thrive. But, for those that didn’t shift while the world changed around them… ‘ice-berg ahead!’ If on-premise was your sole source of revenue (bars, clubs, and restaurants) and you failed to have a plan B, you missed …

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How to Reduce Your Inventory Costs

August 12, 2021Inventory

Scrutinizing your business with a fine-tooth comb to identify unnecessary costs is a key step when it comes to improving your profitability. But one area that is often overlooked is inventory. There are plenty of improvements businesses can make when it comes to cutting inventory costs, and many strategies you can implement today to put …

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Lockdown-proof Your Coffee Roastery

August 9, 2021Uncategorized

Throughout the lockdowns, coffee roasters have taken a hit. Some creative roasters have been able to figure out a way to thrive during these events.And while Australia’s coffee scene is one of the strongest in the world and is recovering faster than most, things aren’t quite as stable as they once were. In this climate, …

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How To Price Products for Wholesale

August 6, 2021Cash Flow , Invoicing

It’s an exciting time when you are finally ready to launch your new product. But the question is, how much do you sell your product for? This might seem like an easy question to answer. But if your pricing is off, potential customers could view you as a cheaper, less desirable product or as something …

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How to write a letter of demand (Template Included)

August 2, 2021Invoicing , Late Payments

How to Write a Letter of Demand (template included) A powerful addition to your collections toolkit is having a demand letter. This comes into play when you have tried everything to receive a payment from your customer/s. A letter of demand, also known as a dunning letter or debt collection letter, helps your B2B customers …

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