Nick Chandi

Entrepreneur Leadership Network® Contributor
CEO & Co-Founder of Forwardly

Nick Chandi is the CEO and Co-Founder of Forwardly, the first instant business payments provider for small businesses and accountants in the United States. He focuses on helping small businesses improve their cash flow with faster, cheaper payment methods.

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Accounting

Busywork Sucks — How Automation Can Eliminate Boring Tasks for Entrepreneurs

The exhaustion of endless hours grappling with tedious tasks poses a real issue for entrepreneurs. It's time to leverage automation and streamline financial operations for business owners.

Operations & Logistics

4 Cash Flow Trends To Know About in 2024

Effective cash flow management is pivotal for sustained success. What changes can businesses anticipate and leverage from these trends to improve their financial strategies and successfully adapt to the changing landscape?

Money & Finance

Slow Payment Options Are Costing Your Business — Here's the Alternatives of the Future

Small businesses continue to bear the financial strain of outdated payment methods with slow payment methods. Not only have hidden costs but also trigger a domino effect of payment delays that impact cash flow, growth and financial health.

Fundraising

4 Crucial Signs That Your Small Business Needs Funding

Small businesses face a constant challenge in securing funding for growth. Unforeseen cash flow challenges can cause financial instability, potentially leading to failure. Here are four signs that indicate when a small business needs funding and how implementing a cash flow management tool can improve its financial situation and reduce its reliance on loans.

Operations & Logistics

80% of Businesses Fail Due To a Lack of Cash. Here are 4 Reasons Why Cash Flow Forecasting Is So Important

Cashflow forecasting helps businesses predict when issues may arise and allows them to take action proactively to avoid cash flow gaps.

Money & Finance

How This New Accounting Feature Can Save Businesses From Fraud and Financial Mishap

Reconciliation has been a pain point for small businesses for a long time, but new technologies now enable payments companies like banks to automate the reconciliation process. The small business banking market in North America still leaves much to be desired, leaving room for innovative banks to differentiate themselves from competitors.

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