At Crowe Horwath we have our own proprietary benchmarking tool called Open Measures that can be applied to your business to track and rank the performance of a company relative to its peers. This means you can: comprehensively evaluate an entity’s results easily identify strengths and weaknesses using a visual scorecard quickly and accurately positionContinue reading
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Together with professional services firm Crowe Horwath, the Australasian Legal Practice Management Association is running its second annual New Zealand Legal Industry Financial Performance Benchmarking Study. The inaugural study provided law firms across the country with valuable insights into their performance as measured against peers, with this year’s study set to deliver further understanding ofContinue reading
As the New Zealand wine industry continues to strengthen, the demand for exports has continued to grow. Alistair King, Crowe Horwath’s viticulture specialist says the outlook for the New Zealand wine industry is looking positive, especially with a strong 2016 Vintage. ‘After a small 2015 vintage, grower and producers are positively looking forward with strongContinue reading
The outlook for the hospitality sector remains positive. There are three key drivers that will affect almost all New Zealand hospitality businesses, and having an understanding of the impacts and opportunities these drivers bring will be key to your businesses success. Download the summary document below, or visit the Hospitality New Zealand website to purchaseContinue reading
Benchmarking report tracks improving 2015 returns Strong beef prices are driving returns for farm business which have improved for the second year running. That’s according to accounting and business advisory firm Crowe Horwath, which has released the results of its annual farm benchmarking analysis* – and, despite challenges, it anticipates another strong performance for Hawke’sContinue reading
The results are in for the 2015 Financial Performance Benchmarking Study of New Zealand Law Firms. This survey was conducted by Crowe Horwath and the Australasian Legal Practise Management Association (ALPMA). Main findings The growth outlook expected amongst respondents averaged 5%. New Zealand law firms remain profitable with operating profit margins in excess of 30%Continue reading