Date: 14th July 2016
Updated 14th September to include Cromwell seminar details
As accountants in Wanaka, Queenstown and Alexandra we know how much work-life balance means to our clients and to many local small business owners. Which is why we go out of our way to promote ways in which you can run your small business more efficiently whilst enjoying a satisfying lifestyle.
Join us for a free one and half hour seminar where Wayne Findlay, along with four other speakers, will advise you how to achieve incredible business results and satisfying lifestyle rewards through smart planning and forward thinking. Mapping your personal incentives into your business objectives can be the key to your business thriving. And importantly, drinks and nibbles will be served!
This seminar highlights key strategic areas of focus from five speakers:
1. Peter Morrison of Summit Financial Group: future thinking – risk mitigation and protecting your greatest asset.
2. Wayne Findlay of Findlay & Co: be on top of your financial game and track your business success with Xero.
3. ANZ: work with your bank in partnership to drive business success and personal reward.
4. Debbie Bradford: plan world trips and adventure travel as business goals and personal incentive.
5. Checketts McKay Law: The importance of documenting your business structure and recording processes for future change.
These speakers will offer clever ways to ensure your business approach is strategic, efficient, driven and deliberate. Find the fun in business by setting goals and tracking your progress effectively along the way. This seminar is for proactive business owners looking to take their business and lifestyle to the next level.
PRIZE DRAW – last time we gave away tickets to the Bledisloe Cup match in Auckland! The prize for this seminar is still to be confirmed but we’ll keep you posted!
And did we mention the free drinks and nibbles?!!
CANCELLED – The Moorings, 15-23, Perriam Place, Cromwell, Thursday 20th October, 5.30-7.00pm
Peak Functions, 181/185 Upton St, Wanaka, Thursday, 4th August 2016, 5:30-7.00pm