To become a trustworthy adviser to clients or other business units, accountants need to be as good at persuasion and marketing as they are at managing the finances. The key? Building trust with clients.
It’s often said that everyone loses in a trade war, but as tensions continue to strain relationships in the Asia-Pacific region, some businesses can see opportunities.
Experts say there’s more than one way to improve the connection between the accounting and sales teams within an organisation. However it’s done, it’s vitally important to business success.
Trade tensions in the Asia-Pacific region dampened growth for business last year, but the CPA Australia Small Business Survey has found that not everyone is gloomy about their prospects.
It would be a boring world if we're all the same. We're not, and neurodivergent people can bring unique talents to the workforce.
Waisale Iowane, CFO of Free Bird Institute, deftly negotiates two very different cultures. While the business is based in Fiji, its parent is in Japan, where the notion of "Fiji time" carries no truck.
With algorithms now used to scan job applications, how do job seekers ensure their application convinces the algorithm? Hint: it's in the CV keywords.
Accounting firms are vulnerable to whaling scams, where cybercriminals impersonate a senior executive.
Is it inevitable that women will end up with less superannuation in retirement? Women’s superannuation issues are certainly unique. Here’s why.
Something phishy about an email your business received? That's only the beginning. Here's why adopting the right strategies to prevent cybercrime is crucial for your accounting firm.