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Jacqueline Blondell

Jacqueline Blondell has been engaged in custom publishing for over a decade. Under her editorship CPA Australia’s flagship publication was relaunched as INTHEBLACK. Jacqueline has a broad range of experience across industries and professional associations. In her spare time, she keeps her Jack Russell out of trouble and has been trying and failing to buy a house in the inflated Melbourne market.

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Sainyog Prajapati CPA (left) and Andrew Seinor FCPA.

My Client and Me: Building a strong partnership

Because Hot Toast’s business model is centred on offering outsourced CFO services, Sarah Lawrance has been able to develop deeper relationships with her clients.

Thriving accounting practice credits close client relationships

In the last five years, Alan FitzGerald has seen a change in the relationship between the accountant and the client because of the technology gap.

Accounting technology: Closing the client gap

For the past two decades, Gai Waterhouse has blazed a trail for women in racing.

Beating sexism and scandal: the Gai Waterhouse story

Don't get an Easter surprise: all ATO systems shut for maintenance on 13 April

Australian small businesses are less likely to be growing, creating jobs and innovating when compared with New Zealand and Asia.

Australian small businesses lack confidence of their Asia-Pac neighbours: survey

Jodie Matthews CPA is a financial manager with UGL's $350 million engineering operations in Australia

Smashing the glass ceiling: a CPA's challenge

Ken Clarke contemplates spending funds on a new aquatic centre in Wangaratta in his role as mayor

Meet Ken Clarke, the 80-years-young mayor of Wangaratta

It's time to look at the opportunities to be gained when society and business focus on Gen Wise as well as Gen Y.

Why ageing is the next frontier

Grain of truth: Australian farmer checks sorghum crop.

Bold Strategic Move 9: Food of the free