Setting up a new business for success is hard work and certainly not a given. That’s why the Government and its agencies offer a range of grants for startups and small business in New Zealand.
Two years ago, we reported how a student services startup won an MYOB Business Makeover. Now we return to find Niesh making the most of its new direction.
As a tradie, you want to get paid faster to make sure your cash flow doesn’t become a trickle. Here are four tech tricks from Kellie Byrnes to help you start pumping money in.
There’s a historical stigma about the bookkeeper as some kind of bean counter, but thinking like this may cause you to miss out on the best value information you can glean from your business finances at a very important time of year.
The new financial year is a great checkpoint to review your business health and ask some simple, but important questions. Are you winning? Are you making money? Should you carry on, change tack or close up shop?
It happens to everyone; you start a solid business and initially growth is solid. But after that first rush things begin to slow down. How you react to a slow down in business growth may determine your long term viability.
Right before the year’s end, news broke that one of Australia’s biggest software application development companies, Appster, had gone into voluntary liquidation and its demise holds several important lessons for aspiring tech entrepreneurs.
When hunting for ways to free up working capital, the company board often looks to the accounts receivable department to collect money faster. But how can the accounts team shine if their processes are stuck in the dark ages?