The Fall of ProBuild

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WEBINAR: The Fall of ProBuild
The Small Business Implications and How to Protect Yourself.

Thursday 3 March // 7:30p.m. - 8:30p.m.
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Construction giant Probuild, the builder of major hotels, apartments, offices and skyscrapers around the nation, is expected to enter administration.  

With many of our business community made up of building companies, building suppliers and trades people, this is an issue bigger than ProBuild itself. The ripple effect of the demise of such a building giant will leave many of us asking the question ‘how secure is my business and my livelihood?’  

As an immediate response, we share with you a webinar we recorded last year on Getting Paid.  

We have also scheduled a webinar specifically targeted to the building and construction sector, to be held on Thursday 3rd March at 7:30pm hosted by Shannon Smit and Paul Cunningham. Registration is free. We’ll open up more time for LIVE Q&A. 

In this webinar we will cover the most practical ways you can protect your cash flow, in addition to considerations to your contracts and operational aspects of the building industry to assist you in continuing to trade and get paid.



GETTING PAID 



CASHFLOW PLANNING



OPERATIONS AND CONTRACTS



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