A Journey to Diversity
You may have heard of our M2woman Journey to Excellence Live Forums; an immersive event where a panel of successful women in business talk about the issues and solutions to achieving diversity in the workplace. Currently up to its fourth series, our February panel promises to be another inspiring and informative event with practical steps discussed to take home and implement into your own workplace. Following the panel discussion is a networking hour where attendees will have the opportunity to discuss themes with other like-minded people from a broad range of industries. If you are interested in attending with your colleagues or clients, visit m2woman.co.nz/journey-to-excellence for more details.
If you own a small business, you know how difficult it can be to keep on top of sales and inventory, as well as keeping track of the business’ bottom line. With so many different programmes and tools for each part of the business, things can get stressful. Enter New Zealand app Aider, an AI-driven digital business assistant designed to make running your small business easier. Partnering with other business apps such as Xero and iPayroll, Aider keeps all your data and metrics in one place and all the info you need is just a simple question away. With an easy-to-use interface, the app gives small businesses the ability to take advantage of the power of AI, being able to check info, insights, actions and metrics by just asking.
While it’s traditionally polite not to talk about money, opening up to talking about understanding your finances can help grow your cash and give you and your family a brighter future. Serina Bird is a blogger who gives readers advice and steps on how to live a more frugal life. Her book The Joyful Frugalista shares practical tips on how to change your money situation by saving on bills and food, cutting down waste and living a minimalist lifestyle, without taking the joy out of life.
The Jofyul Frugalista by Serina Bird. Published by Allen & Unwinn. RRP $32.99. Our Feb 2019.