Monthly Archives: January 2013

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THE SCA GROUP CHRONICLE, VOL 2. NUM 1

Fire Madame Babushka!

Of course the biggest wrong prediction of 2012 put Mitt Romney in the White House. A double-dip recession was another prediction that was wrong, at least so far. Looking into the future is a dicey business no matter who you are. There’s no place for Madame Babushka in the C-Suite or the Board […]

By |January 14th, 2013|News, SCA Group Chronicles|0 Comments

How Marware Rediscovered its Mobile Mojo — and Returned to High Growth

Marware is a preferred supplier of carriers and accessories for Amazon’s Kindle offerings, and the firm is busy building relationships with a variety of mobile players, says Marware CFO Larry Litowitz, who identifies the firm’s competitive edge in the mobile arena as speed to market.

“Marware can now have its product on the shelves only a […]

By |January 10th, 2013|In the News, News|0 Comments

Credit Quality Matters: Evaluating Financial Risk

The U.S. economy’s slow recovery and the pain that businesses experienced during the recent financial crisis left many corporate credit managers cautious about financial risk. Experts in the field of credit management, financial consulting and corporate finance discuss proven techniques for companies to evaluate financial risk related t customers, vendors and suppliers.

Sageworks, a leader in […]

By |January 5th, 2013|In the News, News|0 Comments

‘TRUST, BUT VERIFY’ CREDITWORTHINESS

‘TRUST, BUT VERIFY’ CREDITWORTHINESS
By Jen Angell January 4, 2013 0 Comments
More than four years after the peak of the US financial crisis, financial professionals, businesses, and borrowers still remain cautious about their exposure to risk.

Michael Mazzarino, founding partner of strategic advisory firm The SCA Group LLC, says that in addition to quantitative verification, credit managers […]

By |January 4th, 2013|In the News, News|0 Comments

IS YOUR COMPANY READY TO GO PUBLIC?

More than 127 U.S. businesses held initial public offerings this year, up nearly 7 percent from 2011. Those IPOs raised more than $42 billion, with an average return of 16 percent on the offer price, according to Renaissance Capital Research.

If the market heats up, is your company poised to go public? Here’s what you need […]

By |January 3rd, 2013|In the News, News|0 Comments