Virtual Private Roundtable

Thursday 20th JUN [11AM-12PM BST]

“Effective cash flow management is never more crucial than during periods of uncertainty, when economic volatility, global crises and unforeseen disruptions can test the mettle of even the most established companies.”

Forbes, 2024

Amidst looming economic and political instability both at home and abroad, the push for operational efficiency, particularly in cash collection, grows stronger. And with 40% of midsize businesses reporting that ongoing late payments pose a serious threat to the health of their organisation, achieving greater efficiency in cash collection not only safeguards financial health but also ensures a competitive edge in a market where stability is a moving target [Entrepreneur, 2024].


The challenge is, despite the clear value of cash collection optimisation, the path to success appears riddled with obstacles for many executives. Overwhelmed by the sheer number of day-to-day priorities and a lack of a defined roadmap, a significant number of finance leaders default to unsustainable band-aid solutions or prioritise superficial gains with the misconception that the solution lies in cross-functional implementation [McKinsey, 2023].


In such a competitive landscape, optimising the way that organisations collect cash can be the difference between a year of survival and a year of growth. So, how can finance leaders cut through the noise and implement a strategy that provides both short-term stability and a long-term competitive edge?


Senior decision-makers with a focus on Finance and Accounts Receivable executives within mid-sized organisations. This discussion will be valuable to you if you’re looking to identify actionable strategies to streamline your cash collection processes to safeguard your organisation’s financial health and maintain its competitive edge.


Attendance is capped to ensure every participant can contribute. The meeting is only open to invited participants or those who have been referred by a colleague or our partner, Quadient.


A special thank you to Quadient for their continued support of the Change Makers Club.


Quadient Accounts Receivable by YayPay is an intelligent AR platform powered by data science for finance, credit and collections teams. Quadient automates the entire AR process, from credit to cash application, reducing manual work and saving time, helping collection teams see a 3x increase in productivity and strong ROI. With a range of clients including Cheetah Digital, WS Audiology and LogMeIn.


All of our roundtables are focused, collaborative and informative. Thanks to a chaired and moderated discussion you will: gain insights and ideas from thought leaders, benchmark your own plans within a collaborative and confidential environment and network with an exclusive group of senior executives in similar size organisations to you.

The Team

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James Harris


William Russell

Club Director
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Lily Patterson

Club Director

Elle Brasier

Head of Operations



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If you have a question about attendance, please contact me:

Lily Patterson

Club Director, Change Makers Club


Tel: +44 (0) 7762 263219


Address: 18-20 Huntsworth Mews, Marylebone NW1 6DD