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With the Cash Cow stage comes lots of problems lots of pressure lots of decisions One reason many companies do not make it to the Cash Cow stage is the owner cant handle the company alone any longer and they have to begin hiring outsiders to help the manage the growth It is hiring outsiders that can sometimes make an owner nervous Who can they trust Are they hiring the right person Will they still be involved with the day to day operations etc All of a sudden heshe is not the only one making decisions heshe is now feeling the pressure of making sure the company structure works so heshe still knows what is going on and heshe may be feeling ther pressure to keep the company going so it can contain the cash cow stage Growth is a hard thing to manage and letting go is even harder Owners of small companies are sometimes unable to escalate to the Cash Cow level because they want to manage everything and have a hard time saying goodbye to the good days when everything was do-able by just the one owner I would assume that during the infancy stage you would be cash as well as line of credit in order to buildproduce goods and services It would a small operation on whole maybe out of a home or sublease space As a company moved out of the infancy stage into the middle stage they would obtain their own space therefore signing a lease acquiring their own equipment that would be an expense depreciable asset etc I think that they may or may not have a credit line but cash flow would be on a larger scale and would indicate how successful they are as a company as well as managing their debt As they move into a cash cow I would assume that they would be more depreciable items more cash flow less lines
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