Listen again: Invoice hacks and how to get paid with Tide and Hokodo (Tide Masterclass)
Managing your cash flow is always important, particularly during these unprecedented times.
In recent months, there’s been evidence to suggest an increase in late or unpaid invoices for small businesses. We asked Tide experts to share their knowledge on how to manage your invoices effectively.
This event took place on 25 June 2020. If you couldn’t join us on the day or you’d like a recap, watch the recording below.
Masterclass: Invoice hacks and how to get paid with Tide and Hokodo
In this Masterclass, our experts Finlay, Alastair and Richard will share their expertise on how to manage invoices more effectively. You’ll learn how to:
- assess customer risk
- negotiate payment terms
- invoice effectively
- deal with late payers
- insure your invoices against non-payment
This webinar is available for everyone. Our participants’ insights will be particularly useful for small business owners in the UK.
About Tide Masterclasses
Tide exists to help small businesses. We make your financial admin easier so you can spend more time doing what you love. Our Masterclasses are just one of the ways we support you and your small business.
In the sessions – currently happening online – we gather experts, often Tide members, to share insights and practical advice you can put into action straight away.
To find out about upcoming Masterclasses, take a look at our list of events.
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- Listen again | Aiding business continuity during COVID-19
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- Listen again | How to ride out lockdown
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Have your say
What did you think of this Masterclass? As a result of listening to this webinar, did you make any changes to how you do your invoices? We’re always keen to hear from you – get in touch with us on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter.