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Dubbo Small Businesses Unlock Secret Weapon For Success

Whilst the theme of this year’s Rhino Awards was ‘Flying High’, around the country many businesses are struggling with the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealing 44 Australian businesses close their doors every day.


After holding the largest business awards ceremony in Central NSW, it seems Dubbo businesses might know something the rest of Australia doesn’t, and are not only surviving but thriving in these so-called tough economic times. 

Former ATO insider, Wayne Burgan believes he knows the secret why Dubbo businesses are doing so well – they are quite simply, getting back to basics.

‘One of the major failings of businesses is not keeping a close enough eye on cash flow,’ Mr Burgan explains. ‘Unfortunately, I saw this problem all too regularly when I was at the tax office and in my accounting practice. Many business failures could have been avoided with a simple cash flow management system that small business owners could understand’. 

One local Dubbo business owner who has heeded this advice is Abraham Damen from Kitchen & Renovation Concepts who has reaped the rewards from a secret weapon designed by the former ATO insider himself. 

‘Cashflow Manager is an essential part of the accounting system in my business. The ease of use of the program is definitely one of its strengths, compared with many other accounting systems. It is a valuable tool which helps us with the complex administrative and accounting tasks we have to perform in our business’, says Abraham.

Kitchen & Renovation Concepts cleaned up at the recent Rhino Awards, taking home both the highly sought after ‘Excellence in Small Business’ award, and the ‘Excellence in Innovation’ award.

But they are not the only small business to tackle their cash flow in Dubbo. Around 200 small businesses and their accountants in the Dubbo region have discovered the benefits of using Cashflow Manager - from the soccer club, to Green’s Pest Services, to the National Steer Show.

Wayne Burgan, former ATO insider and CEO of Cashflow Manager says “Programs like MYOB and QuickBooks assume a level of financial literacy that is beyond most small businesses – whether in the cities or regional centers. It is great to see the Cashflow Manager bookkeeping software helping so many small business owners manage their cash flow, and get on with running their business.”

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