In this post, we set out some of the most common approaches to revenue recognition in the travel sector.
Help your business manage future capital
When it comes to running your travel business, we all know cash is king. Cash flow is the cause of, and solution to, most problems in any business and understanding your cash position is essential.
Liquidity is also a top priority for all important stakeholders in the industry. Regulators, insurers, merchant acquirers and other suppliers keep a keen eye on your cash flow, particularly during uncertain times.
Travel Trade Consultancy is here to help you understand your cash flow.
Our detailed, flexible cash flow models deliver deep insights, instill credibility and confidence amongst stakeholders and are packed full of peace-of-mind that you’re virtually guaranteed to sleep more easily.
Travel Trade Consultancy is here to help you understand your cash flow
Our detailed, flexible cash flow models deliver deep insights and instil credibility and confidence amongst stakeholders. They are packed full of peace of mind that you’re virtually guaranteed to sleep more easily. We can assist you in:
Managing cash flow
Ensuring you are financially prepared for future occurrences.
Understanding the working capital cycles in your organisation.
Gathering and presenting future-oriented financial information.
What clients think of our finance work
We’ve worked with a wide range of clients over the years, from household names to brand new start-ups.
Here are what some of them had to say about our financial services.
"Knowing that the TTC team are finance experts who also have a deep understanding of the travel industry is the reason we have remained a client for so long. We are delighted with the day-to-day finance work and long-term strategic planning they have carried out for us."
"The TTC team were fantastic to work with, and they understood the travel industry as well as the challenges we were facing. Martin and Sarah shared some insightful analysis that, as a CEO, helped me to have confidence in the modelling and the decision I was making."