Visiting your local salon can mean so much more than a wash, cut and colour. Hairdressers often operate at the heart of their community, so it’s important they’re able to keep business operations running clean and tangle-free.
When it comes to winning new business, tradespeople can be great clients for accountants and bookkeepers. At least they should be anyway.
As connected technologies become increasingly embedded in farming, accountants have new opportunities to provide value to agriculture clients.
Tradies. We couldn’t live without them. I mean, most people don’t know how to change a washer, how to unblock the toilet or even how to change a light bulb – but it seems that most couldn’t live without their accountant.
Is your firm doing what’s best by rural clients so they have access to the specialist services they need to run a successful agribusiness?
When you invite AI into your business, you’re not inviting HAL 9000 to look at your books, but allowing very human processes to come forward.
Kiwi farmers are facing unique market challenges. It’s time accountants engage with their agribusiness clients in new ways so that both sides can develop a more sustainable business outlook.
One of the biggest challenges facing small businesses is the dreaded cash flow headache.