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N Z Small Business Owners Handbook-bookcover

By: Richard Rowley

N Z Small Business Owners Handbook

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The N Z Small Business Owners Handbook is an essential guide for the over 500,000 small business owners in New Zealand. This practical and comprehensive book offers clear and actionable insights that every owner and stakeholder needs to understand in order to succeed.

While many small business owners are skilled at working in their business, they often neglect the crucial task of working on their business due to their busy schedules. This can lead to exponentially increased risks and missed opportunities. Simply working harder is not the answer - knowing how to work on your business is critical.

This book offers an easy-to-understand solution, using the analogy of the popular game ‘snakes and ladders.’ Just like in the game, business life can be full of ups and downs. This handbook provides a clear roadmap to help navigate the challenges and capitalize on the opportunities that arise.

Whether you are an established business owner or just starting out, this handbook is an indispensable resource for anyone seeking to thrive in the dynamic and ever-changing world of small business. With practical advice, real-world examples, and clear action steps, the N Z Small Business Owners Handbook is the ultimate guide to achieving success and realizing your business dreams.

Richard is now retired and living in Auckland, New Zealand.

Born to a sheep-farming family in Central Otago, he boarded at Timaru Boys’ High School and then went to university at Dunedin where he read law. After graduating he lived in Oamaru for twenty-three years, then moved to Wellington and subsequently to Auckland and Hamilton.

He has been focused on small business but also has had appointments to boards of directors for several companies, including being a director of the Broadcasting Corporation of New Zealand. He was the first chairman of Radio New Zealand when it was made into an SOE.

Later in his career he was managing partner, chairman of partners, executive director, and chief executive, respectively of several different law firm businesses across Australasia.

This life of business experience has culminated in a desire to see growth and better management within the business community generally. He tries to help owners of these businesses thrive and understand how they can improve.

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