Struggling with seasonal dips and poor cashflow? We’ll help you identify the timing of your seasonal downtime, and create a strategy for stabilising your income across the year.
Seasonal dips in income can be highly challenging when you’re a small business. But there are proactive ways to predict, plan for and overcome these dips in revenue.
The key to dealing with seasonal dips is to know when they’re most likely to occur, and to have measures in place to spread your income and revenue pipeline over the course of the year.
Understanding seasonality in your sector
If your business is seasonal such as pool supplies, or a ski gear specialist, you’ll be used to the peaks and troughs, but many 'non-seasonal' businesses experience times during the financial year where sales and revenue peak – and, on the flipside, where sales and revenue experience a pronounced dip.
When income is low at certain times of the year, it makes for challenging times.
So, what are the key ways to plan for this kind of seasonality?
Talk to us about planning for seasonality
If your business is struggling with seasonal dips, and the resulting impact on cashflow, come and talk to us. We’ll help you identify the timing of your seasonal downtime, and come up with a clear strategy for stabilising your income across the year.
Get in touch to start beating those seasonal dips.