Cash flow vital to beat winter blues

Dempsey, Karen
November 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);11/13/2009, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of cash flow management in the aviation industry in Great Britain. It highlights the forecast of Roger Allard, chairman of All Leisure Group, which reveals that more travel businesses will fail due to cash flow problems. It also mentions the recommendation of ITT chairman Steven Freudman regarding the need for aviation companies to invest in retraining and developing the staff to be profitable.


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