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Astill Hawke and Attaché join forces to help businesses

Astill Hawke and Attaché join forces to help businesses take control of their business forecast

Astill Hawke & Associates is bringing award winning Mike Rich from Attaché to town with practical solutions to address the issues facing businesses right now.

That last few months have looked so bright for business it’s amazing CEOs weren’t wearing sunglasses in the office, but the economists predict a change in New Zealand’s financial forecast.

An election looms, interest rates look set to increase and businesses report increased costs, and less confidence in growth.

Before directors, financial controllers and general managers hibernate into wintery gloom the free Business Aspirations seminar promises to put a ray of sunshine into their day.

Regardless of what a business’ aspirations are, they typically require extra funds and business improvement tactics to make them happen.

Mike shares valuable insights to help crack both these nuts. Some are profound yet so simple they can be implemented immediately. Others Attaché can assist businesses with.

From 7.45 to 10am on Thursday July 24 directors, general managers, CEOs and financial controllers are welcome to see Mike in action at Astill Hawke Business Centre, 35 Allens Road, East Tamaki.

The event is free but registration is required.

Give Astill Hawke call if you have any questions or register by Monday July 21 at office@astillhawke.co.nz

Attaché Software
Mike Rich

Turning business aspirations into reality ... quickly

The presentation author and international business improvement speaker Mike Rich has assisted more than 30,000 businesses across Australia and New Zealand to improve their cash flow and performance.

Mike Rich is the recipient of several business leader awards, co-founder of Attaché Software as well as the ‘M-Institute’ which aims to double the number of medium-sized organisations over the next five years.

As managing director, Mike has re-engineered Attaché Software through three downturns and believes tight times are a golden opportunity to re-build a business.

Attaché helps SMEs improve their business performance through efficient business systems so they not only survive, but prosper.

ENDS

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