It’s Big In Japan

You may have heard of Kintsugi? It’s the Japanese art of fixing pottery and ceramics with gold.
It’s Big In Japan

The idea is that embracing flaws makes things more beautiful.

If only the principles of Kintsugi could be applied to everything. However, going financially bust is a lot harder to fix. And to extend the metaphor, you need gold to fix it.

In this video, Santo, the Senior Service Expert at Quantum Contract Solution, gives us a personal story on the lasting impacts of insolvency.

In 2015 Santo worked for one of his mentors who owned family business. The business included about 40 tradesmen.

Over time due to:

  • Poor management
  • Poor pricing
  • Lack of competency

The liquidators arrived.

All the job sites were rounded up.

The business assets were barcoded and auctioned off.

Personal tools were also sold because without proof that they belonged to an individual they became part of the auction lot.

That’s not the worst part of the story.

The LENGTH of this administration period was torturous.

It was a four year process where everyone on the leadership team was receiving debtors and creditors letters.

Santo’s mentor didn’t lose his house, but he lost his entire legacy.

Could this have been prevented?

Well, with the right framework the answer is YES.

Luckily, we’re here to provide such frameworks, and to ensure secure contracts.

Plus we guarantee:

  • Reducing your risk by a factor of ten
  • Ensuring more profit
  • Having better cash flow

We’re here to provide you with our expertise in the small and large print of contracts, allowing you to sign less risky contracts.


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