In the region that I cover from Seven Hills, Blacktown, St.Marys, Penrith, Riverstone, Windsor and the Hawkesbury region I speak to hard working business owners every single day who are not getting paid for the goods & services they’ve supplied to their clients in good faith on a handshake.
Business Owners need to learn from the banks….
When you approach the bank to apply for a loan you have to fill out an application form which details the banks Terms & Conditions of Trade… What do you think happens if you don’t pay the bank back?
Now think of all the small to medium businesses throughout the Hawkesbury region who supply goods and services in good faith expecting to get paid. They are no different to the banks in that they are both credit providers.
However the small to medium businesses throughout; Seven Hills, Blacktown, St.Marys, Kingswood, Penrith, Riverstone, Windsor and Richmond, don’t always protect themselves the way the banks do and put a watertight contract in place. But why is that?
The old fashioned way of doing business on a handshake is becoming increasingly outdated. As a business owner in 2016 surely you want security and peace of mind knowing you are protected when something inevitably goes wrong? And it’s too late if you already have a problem.
If you are a small to medium business in the Seven Hills, Blacktown, St.Marys, Penrith, Riverstone, Windsor and Richmond areas, DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR and call or email me, Greg Clinton – 0405 057 774. We can spend 10-15 minutes discussing the tools you require to protect your business and its cash flow with a watertight set of Terms and Conditions of Trade