Challenge Yourself

profitsim_litenProfit Simulator: Make small changes. See what happens.

The Celemi Profit Simulator is designed to let you explore your business potentials and their effect on profit and cash flow.

Can small changes in your organization really have a great impact on the bottom line? Experiment with reality – without ruining your business! Check it out. 

Check Your Current Cash Standing: What do you Know About Cash Flow?


You know how it is: you may be “rich” in the sense that you own a lot of things. But if you do not have cash, you cannot buy anything else – at least you cannot pay for it.

A company’s capital (assets) is either in the form of Cash (Cash & Bank) or tied up in things such as Inventory and Accounts receivable as well as in Fixed assets. If you run low on cash you may need to borrow money – which comes with a cost that you may want to avoid. This is one, among many, reasons why companies keep a sharp eye on their cash balance – the Cash Flow.

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Innovation: Is Your Organization Innovative?

Being innovative can be critical to your business’ success. If your organization isn’t innovative, you are running the risk of losing ground to competitors, of not being able to keep key staff, or simply not operating efficiently enough. Innovation can be a crucial competitive advantage.

Creating a culture that is beneficial for innovation, can help you discover what opportunities and possiblities exist within your organization now, or are likely to show in the future. Companies that are successful are not only responsive to current customer demands and needs, but seek to forsee trends and develop ideas continuously. Click to try. 

Profitable Growth: Make a Decision for Growth


To grow a business is one thing. To grow profitably is quite another. It all starts with your people understanding how they affect bottom-line results.

What if two of your best sales people approached you their ideas on how to grow. One says: “Let’s cut prices by 10 %. I guarantee that we’ll sell 10 % more.” The other one says: “No, let’s increase prices by 10 % instead. We’ll only sell 10 % less”. Now, who should you listen to?

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