11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Webinar: Immediate Expense Reduction Best Practices

3Q 2020 Immediate Expense Reduction Best Practices

Long-time Irish Chamber member, Daniel Cronin of Chorus Communications, will present a timely session covering How Cashflow Problems Force Businesses To Make Bad Decisions — and  How To Prevent This. Dan works with Expense Reduction Analysts, a group of former enterprise level CFOs who have a model that produces significant savings for business, many times without even switching vendors per se.

Click HERE to view Ed’s presentation – Tips to Lower your Business Expenses & Improve Cash Flow. Click HERE to read an ERA case study. Click HERE to learn more about ERA.

Offer from Ed Flanagan: FREE spend analysis to those Chamber members who could benefit from Additional Cash Flow:

Based on the Chambers relationship with Expense Reduction Analysts (ERA), a global firm that focuses on finding additional cash flow for companies from their supplier base, above and beyond what internal procurement organizations can do, we are in a position to use their knowledge base, at no cost to you, to do a quick scan to see if there is significant cash being left on the table at your company, and if there is, where it might be, how much, and how you can get it back funding more company initiatives. Email Ed to learn more –

Take away lessions:
1. You have a greater control to lower internal costs vs increasing topline revenue.
2. When you have a contract with Evergreen first examine the legal wording… contact your IABCN legal counsel and possibly send notification to exercise your right “not to renew”.
3. “We’ve always done it this way” is exactly why you want to introduce ERA who will perform the analysis to prove out at no charge to the client.

11:00 am – 12.00 pm: Keynote presentation; Question & Answer session

Presented virtually – link will be sent upon registration.



Contact Alanna Barry McCloskey at or call/text 215.772.3101

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