Running a business can feel lonely at the best of times, and a lack of self-care can quickly cause mental health to suffer. Networking should be your first port of call, even under new lockdown restrictions.
Whether you’re an accountant, marketer, lawyer, financial planner, IT consultant, or other professional services worker, it’s part of life that you have to have introductory meetings with clients, writes Kellie Byrnes.
In the accounting and bookkeeping professions, there are hundreds of events clamouring for your attendance and there’s no way you can do them all. Here’s why MYOB Partner Connect 2019 will be at the top of your list.
Going it alone doesn’t mean you’re on your own. Here are some suggestions for where to seek support for business owners from Ailsa Page.
Using LinkedIn to recruit employees for your small business is a no-brainer but getting started may be daunting for the uninitiated. Here’s how to put your best foot forward the first time.
When this young professional made the move to NZ from the UK in search of greener pastures, she couldn’t have predicted the result would mean buying a decade’s old horseback touring outfit.
NZ is officially the easiest place to run a business in the world – but for NZ’s startups, it doesn’t always feel like that.
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?