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Exclusive: More than a third of indies grow profits

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Same/ More profits BUT better or worse cash flow? When we work with new clients or talk with retailers, a typical balance sheet/P&L account situation is the one where the retailer shows profits but can't pay the bills! Why is that? Often, the retailer has not turned the goods into cash quickly enough. A good additional question could therefore be: How is cash flow? HAPPY NEW YEAR with 52 weeks of profitable sales. Thierry globalfashionmanagement More business tips on twitter @retailfashion

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2 January 2013

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7:58 am

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