Make More Money, Do Less Paperwork on 14 April 2016
Business Advisor & Chartered Accountant | Alliott NZ
Passionate about business improvement and growth, Anthony works closely alongside his clients to help their businesses stay on track and exceed expectations. He puts his success with start-ups and established businesses down to his ‘hands on’ approach, his ability to identify and resolve a broad range of business issues and his knowledge of common mistakes. He also has considerable experience in the construction and trade industries, business mentoring and training, asset protection and estate planning.
Commercial Property & Construction Specialist Lawyer
Karen is a commercial lawyer with extensive contract negotiation experience and a particular interest in property, construction and architecture. She has been involved in property development and construction projects domestically and worldwide, ranging from large scale commercial, industrial, healthcare, leisure and retail developments through to residential apartments and sub-divisions. Having worked on projects directly alongside engineers and project managers, Karen understands the commercial and practical issues relating to a project, as well as the technical legal issues.
Director | Tradeworx
Tradeworx designs and implements business systems for the trade and construction sector. Glenn's experience includes working as an advisor for the last 17 years and setting up successful businesses. He is an MBA and holds Directorships in Solar Industry, Film and Literary Rights, Property and Construction Advisory businesses. Glenn is always interested in what differentiates winning businesses from those that struggle and continually furthers his understanding of the processes and platforms that set businesses up to make money. Glenn is also the General Manager of Searells, a Canterbury Chartered Accounting and Business Advisory firm.
We look forward to receiving your registration for Tradies Make More Money, Do Less Paperwork on 14 April. This event is free to attend but seating is strictly limited so you’ll need to reserve your place in advance. Morning tea will be available so you can head straight back to work afterwards.