5 key factors for business performance

The secrets of a high performing business

In this video, we ask some of our clients what they have learned about business performance and how they get the best outcomes for their small business.

Getting the best outcomes for your business

One of the biggest challenges for business owners is staying on top of their business performance – especially as they grow. We asked some of our clients what they've learnt along the way.

Watch this video to learn:

  • why it's essential to fix the small problems before they escalate
  • why it's fundamental to surround yourself with really good people
  • how working on your business, rather than in it, is key
  • how you can learn to make decisions for the business as a whole
  • why you need to maintain focus on cash-producing activities.

When it comes to critical performance factors, there's one thing that unites every business and that's cash flow. Without it, your ability to grow may be compromised. When you bank with Macquarie, we'll help you to stay on track, provide you with the tools that help manage cash flow and guide you on other important considerations.

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