How to get the cash flowing

Willis, Peter
October 2003
Cabinet Maker;10/31/2003, Issue 5362, p13
Trade Publication
Gives advice on how furniture companies can obtain funding for a business. Factors to consider in obtaining business finance; Types of lending available for furniture firms.


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