It’s business and it’s personal – Cash flow management journeys of the underbanked entrepreneur

October 18, 2018 | Article

For entrepreneurs, financing the ups and downs of running a business can be a challenge and often involves the blending of personal financial lives with the business. However, underbanked social entrepreneurs have very limited options for leveraging their personal finances and often have to stretch their cash flow as far as it will go to make their enterprises work. We spoke to a number of Ontario based social entrepreneurs about how they are managing this ‘cash flow crunch’ and the impact these decisions have on their business. Read the report from The School for Social Entrepreneurs to find out more.

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