In this power packed seminar you will hear from the Norwest Sydney Chapter Leaders Paul Sweeney & Raj Nathoo on…1. What are the 7 key risks? 2. How can advisors assist their clients to identify these critical risks 3. How to actively engage a team to be responsible for managing risks 4. What are the consequences of risks if not addressed 5. Tools and processes to help reduce risks
Paul Sweeney presented at the Business Alliance CEO Lunch, "Ways to successfully fund opportunities for your business in 2021." It was a great opportunity to network with other businesses and the attendees learned some important information to help their businesses succeed in 2021 and beyond.
Pretium Solutions was proud to present the SHBC Business Lunch for March 2021. Michael Croker, head of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand, spoke on the topic 'What's on the Tax Horizon for 2021?' For more on 'Beyond JobKeeper' watch this video or listen to this podcast.
Starting a business is a daunting task – and it’s easy to be overwhelmed by decision-making and to drown in lists. Who should you turn to for advice? What do all of those terms mean? Are they relevant to me? How do you decide which structure is right for your business? Watch the replay.
Gain an understanding of these issues: *Your business' financials, current performance & why it matters *The effectiveness of your business plan *The importance of some quick wins - and a plan for how to get them *Next steps - providing focus *Confidence in your business Watch the replay.
Peter Hickey (MAUS and The Institute of Advisors) shared insights into the best ways to sell your business. *To maximise the value of your business and improve the success rate for the sale or exit, you need to: *Improve the attractiveness of your business. *Improve the readiness of both your business and yourself.
Our workshop attendees took a close look at their businesses with the help of Paul Sweeney from Pretium Solutions. Participants left the session with a better understanding of their businesses, plus some guidelines for what steps to take next.
Paul Sweeney and Angela Stephen from Pretium Solutions exhibited at the inaugural Hills District Small Business Expo at Cropley House, Baulkham Hills. It was an exciting day meeting other local businesses and listening to thoughtful speakers talk about small business growth strategies, modern marketing techniques and much more.
Luke Iacovelli (UNITECH Solutions) shared valuable information on how we can protect our businesses from cyber attacks. For more information on cybersecurity, listen to this podcast.
Brendan Limbrey from Arrow Physiotherapy discussed important issues facing all health professionals running their own businesses.
Paul Sweeney presented at the Bella Vista Business Alliance CEO Lunch series. Paul spoke on the topic 'Focusing Your Business in a Distracted World'. It was a great afternoon at Cropley House, meeting other local business leaders and enjoying a fine meal together.
Mark Neal, the Head Brewer from the Basement Brewhouse at Bankstown, shared his thoughts on the craft beer industry. It was an enjoyable evening full of conversation, food, and of course, tasty brews from the Basement Brewhouse.
Pretium Solutions and Frank Law presented a case study and discussion on employment traps for growing businesses. They discussed common risks and traps business owners face when hiring and managing employees and the consequences for when things go wrong. They looked at the impact of these consequences and they discussed solutions.
Will Douglas from Morgans presented an insightful review of the 2019 Budget measures including an analysis of the economic conditions enabling a return to surplus. There was also an interesting panel discussion with Jim Mills from Merit Planning Hills and Paul Sweeney from Pretium Solutions. The evening finished with a chance for networking.
Pretium Solutions and Sandra Zalud from Liberty Network Services discussed key points about using superannuation to buy an investment property. They explained the advantages and risks involved and the importance of getting professional advice.
Here's a common problem: The business plan fails (and often so does the whole business) because there is NO BUSINESS PLAN. If you feel like you have no control over your business & no idea of what direction your business is headed, then maybe it's time to stop and make a plan. Video series.