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2014 Xero Award winner announces new board appointment

2014 Xero Award winner announces new board appointment

Enable Business Limited (EBL), winner of the Xero 2014 Accounting Partner of the Year Award, announces the appointment of Viv Brownrigg as non-executive chair. Viv joins Dan Henderson and Brendan Waters on the board.

EBL is at the forefront of accounting business growth and innovation and offers the kiwi small to medium sized business a unique service based on price certainty and tangible value add.

Brownrigg, a chartered accountant, has a strong track record in the establishment, coaching and development of high-growth accounting firms and SME’s. She has a deep understanding of the development needs of New Zealand businesses.

CEO Dan Henderson says the board is delighted to have attracted someone of Viv’s experience and capability. ‘Viv brings with her the ability to create business value through being at the forefront of accountancy industry innovation, along with significant governance knowledge. Her commercial experience outside of the accounting industry and passion for small business in New Zealand adds real depth to the board and the wider EBL team. We look forward to her contribution as we take EBL to its next growth stage.”

“I have followed EBL as a business with real interest over the past year or so and for me this was an easy decision,” says Brownrigg. “EBL have a talented team, a committed board and a dynamic future ahead of them.”

EBL currently has 3 offices, based in Auckland, Wellington and Hawkes Bay.


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