Today is the 30th of September which marks half-time on the financial year. What a perfect time to talk about strategy and travelling overseas! If you were trotting off the field in Japan after this first half, what sort of reception would Steve Hansen give you under the stands? How about Kieran Read? Would it be pats on the back and encouraging words, or would it be a bollocking? Regardless, what are you going to do to turn up and make an impact in the second half? Who are your key players and what are you doing to leverage them?
We’re not Steven or Kieran, but if you want to chat about strategy for the second half, we’ve got a bit of experience and we’re not a bad sounding board – tee up a chat to maximise your game plan.
Before we get stuck into the second half, could you please take a moment to get your Xero up to date? It would be awesome to have your Xero reconciled to date by Friday the 4th of October, thanks!
The Xero Roadshow is coming to town again and after good feedback last year, they’re again offering sessions to small business owners. These are free sessions where you can either chat to a Xero expert, or tune in on a group presentation in the evening. Session times as follows:
Register here: Xero Roadshow
If I was a gambling man, I’ll bet there’s a good number of NZ SME’s currently with owners on business trips to Japan. Of course, it’s pure coincidence that there’s also a rugby world cup on there… How legitimate is this in the eyes of Inland Revenue you might ask?
The quick break down is as follows:
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Go the All Blacks!
Your Outside team, and Ruby