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Ken Holmes helps Entrepreneurs get the best start

Authorised Financial Advisor Ken Holmes at AdviceFirst helps Entrepreneurs get the best start for their new business.

By Kimberely Gilbert

Entrepreneurship is about as kiwi as number 8 wire, so it is important that new entrepreneurs understands the financial risks of a start up – this is where Ken Holmes comes in.

Auckland based Ken Holmes, brother to former top broadcaster the late Paul Holmes, is your professional, friendly, non-judgemental and experienced financial adviser helping you to understand the financial risks of being entrepreneur in the economic climate.

“I want people to understand that I can help them specially if they have an entrepreneurial spirit and have to borrow -what are the risks associated with that and how to manage that,” says Ken Holmes.

Starting new business comes with all sorts of important financial decisions that you don’t always feel qualified to research and consider properly. So talking to Ken Holmes at AdviceFirst makes should be your first step, thus leaving you with more time to get on with what’s really important in your business.

Ken has been a financial adviser since 2005 and in 2009 was awarded the AXA Adviser of the Year accolade. Ken Holmes is known for having a wealth of experience, trust and honesty.

First hand experience helps Ken to connect with people. “I want people to understand what it can be like to have the peace of mind of talking to someone else who is independent and more than likely been through what they have been through,” says Ken

So if you are thinking about starting a new business give Ken Holmes at Advice First a call today.

Contatct Ken Holmes
P: 09 525 4767
A: Level 5, 56 Cawley Street | PO Box 11407, Ellerslie, Auckland 1542
0800 GETADVICE (0800 438 238)
F: 09 571 2397
www.advicefirst.co.nz

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