Financial Strategy

Is your company poised for rapid growth? Are your financial strategies strong enough to fulfill your growth potential? Is your financial staff keeping pace? Navigating financial strategy is complex, challenging, and expensive. BottomLine Growth founder and CEO Carol Coughlin climbed her way to top financial leadership roles, setting anchor points to help small and mid-sized businesses reach their own summits. Explore how you can prepare your business for a successful growth journey, using this resource as your first step.

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Serious Strategy Support for Growth-Focused CEOs

Written by Carol Coughlin

Growth Advisor

Introducing Growth Advisor from BottomLine Growth Advisor is a one-on-one program where CEOs work directly with BottomLine founder and growth strategist, Carol Coughlin, to jumpstart their company’s growth. The program was designed specifically for CEOs of growing companies to help them get serious about their growth and achieve the next level of success by: Increasing…

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How Fast Growing Companies Can Prevent Crash & Burn

Written by Carol Coughlin

Fast Growing Companies

Let me tell you about two business owners.   One couldn’t sleep at night. She was concerned that her company’s growth was getting out of hand. She wasn’t sure if she could afford to scale the business and didn’t know what scaling meant in terms of cash and profitability.   She made the decision to…

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Key Trends to Look for When Assessing Financials

Written by Carol Coughlin

Financial foundation

When businesses try to figure out why they are in trouble, looking at columns of numbers or endless pages financial statements to find the problem can seem like searching for a needle in a haystack. What they need is a magnet. When assessing financials, there are several “magnets” that help us pull out the information…

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Should Non-Profits Outsource CFO Versus Hire In-house

Written by Carol Coughlin

Outsource CFO

“Your life should be about finding the intersection of your greatest passion and the world’s greatest needs.” Gary White, founder of Water.org The intersection of passion and need has led to the creation of the country’s largest nonprofits – the Red Cross, the Salvation Army, Feeding America – and its smallest – the grassroots organizations…

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