Author: Craig Whitton

It’s a Matter of Trust (Part 1)

“Trust is like a forest, it takes years to grow but can be destroyed in a moment”. Have you ever thought, I mean really thought, what does trust mean to you and your business? It is obvious that trust is the cornerstone that holds most relationships together. But what about in business, have you ever… Read more »

Zero for Xero

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As your Charlestown local area specialist, we want you to get the most out of your time with Xero and experience all the amazing benefits that Xero has to offer. One of the most common gripes we get from Xero clients is that they would love someone to talk to. Not in the, “I’m feeling lonely” way,… Read more »

Just be a Little Better

Steps

“If you only do one thing different this week … try to be a little better than you were last week” Our approach to business improvement is focused on making small, sustainable improvements that are crucial to the success of the business.  We are not distracted by grandiose statements of “be all you can be”…. Read more »

EOFY 2018 Planning Tips

Diary

It seems like only yesterday that I was preparing for EOFY last year. Business owners have many responsibilities at end of financial year. It can be a hectic time, but it can be a little easier if you have someone working with you to take the stress away. At end of financial year, a great… Read more »

Cloud Computing – Reinventing the way Tradies work

Tradie

If you are a business owner, financial controller or an accounting clerk, then you are more than likely, at the least passively familiar with cloud computing. Nearly all accounting software packages offer a cloud-based option in addition to their “hard copy” software. Cloud systems like Quickbooks Online, Xero and the plethora of add-on programs are… Read more »

The Importance of Great Corporate Culture

Corporate Culture

As a business owner, have you ever considered your corporate culture? Have you ever taken the time to wonder what is the importance of great culture and how it monumentally affects the future success of your business? Corporate culture tends to develop organically. It’s not something you put in your business plan to present to a lender… Read more »