Business Advisory

Is your business still struggling with the impacts of COVID-19?

Mark Hamilton
26 July 2022
2 min read

26 July 2022

Let us help you, free of charge, no fine print on Wednesday, August 10 at Te Anau Findex.

Nobody likes a party guest that overstays their welcome, and although COVID-19 was never welcome in the first place, it certainly continues to impact businesses well beyond what was ever anticipated. Business owners continue to battle the repercussions of the pandemic on all fronts, from cashflow challenges, sourcing materials, freight delays, labour shortages and now inflationary pressures. It’s as important as ever that as a business owner you prepare for these and other coming challenges by receiving the best support and advice for your specific circumstance. Being in the heart of Te Anau, we get it. We have not only witnessed but know first-hand the impact that COVID-19 has had on businesses in our community over the past two years, and we can help.

Our expertise is in finance – from banking, to payroll, to tax, insurance, retirement planning, HR/Employment law and beyond, and we are offering our expertise to your business for free. There are no hooks, contracts, or fine print and you don’t need to be a current client of Findex, this is an opportunity as a business owner in Te Anau to access our team of specialists for your current business financial needs. These are specialists with industry knowledge who truly care about our local business community.

On Wednesday 10th August, our doors at Findex Te Anau are opening for you to receive expert advice from our team to your business. Contact Diane Kemper on 03 249 0000 or [email protected] to lock in your complimentary appointment and feel confident in taking your next business steps.

Author: Mark Hamilton | Partner

Taking a holistic approach Mark, works with clients to set sound business goals and advance strategies to achieve them. Backing this up, he works closely to monitor progress via robust a reporting framework, based around cloud accounting platforms to allow for high levels of collaboration with clients and their wider teams. Mark has a varied client base ranging from Farming and Agricultural Support Industries, Hospitality, Air BNB and General Business. After starting with the firm as a Trainee in 2003, Mark became a Partner of the firm earlier this year and spreads his time between the Invercargill, Winton and Te Anau offices. Away from work, Mark is a born and bred Southlander, growing up in Central Southland. Mark is married with three young children, all girls, a keen sportsman and a passionate sports supporter.