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Author Profile - Thomas A. (Tony) Dalton

Tony Dalton is a Fellow of The Business Forum Institute and is a Midlands based entrepreneur in the United Kingdom.  He has led several businesses since the 1970’s. He was Leader of Warwick Council from 1991 - 1995. Today he operates a marketing company and an educational publishing business.  He is an advocate of creating positive cash flow and is the author of “Cash Management” and lectures on cash management to small and medium sized businesses. Among his major achievements - Creating the first screen based typewriter ~ Doubling the reserves of Warwick District Council while at the same time reducing staff by 40% and lowering taxes each year during his tenure ~  and the development of a new teaching aid for K-2 children, which has already benefited over 1,000,000 children in 40 countries. Tony runs cash flow courses for the Coventry and Birmingham Chambers of Commerce and wrote “Cash Management”, a simple explanation of how small and medium sized businesses can benefit from the cash trapped inside their organizations.  He has written several articles on the subject and writes a regular magazine column on cash flow.  Tony studied law at Lancaster Gate Law School, London.

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