In times of economic recession, the liquidity position of organizations is under high pressure. Growing stocks, late paying customers and suppliers who are stricter on payment terms. All of this has a negative impact on your working capital. Your liquidity position is vital for the vitality and continuity of your organization. Working capital optimization is therefore important when inventories increase, customers pay later and suppliers tighten their payment terms. In many cases, the government takes measures during an economic recession, such as tax deferrals or allowances for wage costs. But what else can you do to optimize your working capital? We give our five tips below.