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FIN/571 Working Capital Simulation: Managing Growth The Corporate Finance course has helped me, as a student, gain intelligence to make informed decisions upon analyzing the details for Sunflower Nutraceuticals (SNC). These decisions will influence the company’s overall growth annually. In addition to various details of the SNC Company I have also made various decisions in each of the phases of SNC’s simulation which has estimated values to figure out the results. This paper also explains how SNC’s decisions are influenced with regards to the working capital followed with the final step of evaluating the general affects associated with the limited access of financial mix. Sunflower Nutraceuticals (SNC) Background Sunflower Nutraceuticals is a privately owned company that is a wide distributor providing numerous dietary supplements for customers, distributors, and retailers (University of Phoenix, 2013). After starting the business in 2006 as an internet based company, SNC expanded operations into retail outlets as well as introducing some new private labeled products. Although SNC has the potential to grow into one of the major Nutraceuticals distributors in the industry, the company still struggles to break even. On more than one occasion SNC has been forced to exceed the company’s credit line of $1,000,000 to finance payroll and other operational needs. SNC has a somewhat restrictive financing option therefore; it is only possible for them to utilize a small percentage, equaling approximately 10%, to invest in new business expansions. Phase 1 of Sunflower Nutraceuticals Simulation (Years 2013-2015) During the initial phase of the simulation four major opportunities are presented that can potentially be helpful for the company in maximizing growth. Those opportunities include: I. Acquiring a New Client – SNC acquires Atlantic Wellness, a large, successful health food chai