Meet our MYOB Experts Team in Melbourne

As we progress into 2018, Kilimanjaro’s number of clients, team members and offices across Australia continue to grow. We understand the need for clients to have local and trusted support which they can rely on. Therefore, just recently we have doubled in numbers within our Sydney and Melbourne offices. As well as establishing a stronger presence in Perth. We are proud to see our clients benefiting from our MYOB Exo and MYOB Advanced implementations, support and consulting services Australia wide.

We love Melbourne

From the award-winning array of coffee shops and restaurants, inspiring art and exhibitions and the fantastic people, Melbourne is a city that is hard not to fall in love with. It has a rhythm and lifestyle like nowhere else. Melbourne is also widely recognized as a place to run or start a business, being home to several retail and industry precincts small and large. Based in the thriving hub of Docklands our Melbourne team continues to grow, with tribe members who are experienced, committed and local.

Meet the MYOB Melbourne Team

Your MYOB local support

Whether its MYOB Exo or MYOB Advanced, it is important that you have the support you can rely on. Here at Kilimanjaro, we can help you choose and implement the right financial software solution which will support your business growth towards success. With consultants around Australia and New Zealand, our team is here to support and guide you when you need it. Why not make the most of the benefits of having local MYOB support? As the Number One Partner of the Number One choice of ERP software, you can be sure you are in trusted hands when you choose Kilimanjaro as your trusted partner.

Which is the right ERP?

If you are a growing business ready to move up to ERP software, or a larger company looking for a better system, you can contact us to talk about the most suitable solution for your business. At Kilimanjaro, we take you on a journey through our sales and implementation methodology. We have helped many businesses succeed. You can read our article with useful tips to help you get started. Alternatively, feel free to visit the friendly team in Melbourne for a cup of coffee and a chat about your business requirements. You can find our office here.

MYOB in Melbourne

Just as Kilimanjaro believes it is essential to consider the advantages of using an Australian ERP system to eliminate risks for your business, we feel equally strongly about providing local support. This is why Kilimanjaro have consultants in your local area.  We can ensure accessibility and flexibility for our clients. This is from our growing pool of MYOB specialists in Melbourne. If you would like to learn more about the advantages of using local software in your company, have a read here.

MYOB Support and Training in Melbourne

Meet the MYOB Experts Melbourne Team

We understand the type of risks involved in business and technology, and we aim to achieve high levels of client satisfaction. The Melbourne team comprises of a qualified and dedicated specialist with a range of skills. The combination of “seeking to understand” individual business requirements with the tremendous knowledge and experience in implementation and support of MYOB Exo and MYOB Advanced means Kilimanjaro is equipped to guide and support you all the way through your ERP journey.

From beginning to the end, there is nothing our Melbourne Team cannot help you with. We are here every step of the way. However, we believe in giving our clients all the resources and knowledge possible. This allows them to be as self-sufficient as possible. To achieve this, we have invested in training courses that teach practical experience in using the software. You don’t have to be our client  – anyone is welcome to attend our range of MYOB courses. Click here to have a look at our Melbourne training courses.

Visit us!

Whether you are a current client, MYOB Advanced or MYOB Exo user or a company that is seeking business improvement efficiencies through the intelligent use of technology; feel free to contact our Melbourne team or just drop by our Melbourne Office.

We look forward to seeing you!

Melbourne Office

Suite 422-423
838 Collins Street
Docklands VIC 3008
P (03) 9629 1781
F (03) 9620 7347

MYOB Supporting Aussie & Kiwi Startups

As you may have noticed, MYOB has recently partnered with Network Ten’s Shark Tank, helping business owners and entrepreneurs pitch their ideas. A great addition to this partnership is an offer for new Australian customers to have the chance to win a lunch with the Founder of Boost Juice, providing help for businesses who deserve that extra boost. To read more about how MYOB is supporting Australian and New Zealand startups, read the entire story here.

MYOB Partners With Network Ten’s Shark Tank

Soon the fourth season of Shark Tank will continue its format of having budding business owners and entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to the ‘sharks’. Looking back, the judges have invested $21 million of their own money in businesses via the series to date. MYOB appreciate the challenges that Businesses face in the competitive market,  especially in the early stages which inspired them to raise their hand to be a major sponsor of Shark Tank.

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Kilimanjaro’s New Phone System

At Kilimanjaro Consulting, we believe that communication is a significant force in improving trust. From modest beginnings, Kilimanjaro Consulting has become the premier implementer of MYOB Exo Business and MYOB Advanced Software. After 12 years of growth, we now have a team of over 70 specialists. Our portfolio boasts over 900 clients across Australia and New Zealand. This has led to an increased demand for support services. We now can be expected to deal with hundreds of support calls a day. This has become a challenge which we are taking head-on. We aim to resolve clients’ issues efficiently while maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction.

We quickly realised that investing in a quality communications system would be beneficial on two sides. Not only would it maintain good relationships with long-standing clients but provides a platform for our own growth.

Cooperation with ENPRISE

On the 4th of September 2017, Kilimanjaro and Enprise Group (NZ – ENS) announced a share swap deal, in which each company obtained equity in the other. The synergies from this deal will flow through to our clients over the coming years. We will begin by allocating the most appropriate resources for each job across both companies. By forming task-teams to foster co-operation across the companies, we aim to benefit all clients. We like to see ourselves as innovative and a role model for our own clients in the clever use of technology.

A larger team of specialists can deliver better solutions and better support to our clients. Service is our priority and that is the logic behind this equity swap. This is a real “-win-win” arrangement, which allows us to achieve synergies from leveraging our dominant positions in our respective geographic markets. (Kilimanjaro in Australia, Enprise in New Zealand).

The Communication Challenges

Rapid growth comes with many obstacles. As we grew, our head office started receiving over 300 phone calls a day. Our support team currently deals with over 1000 cases per month. Although we have acquired new talent and opened new offices, we understood we needed to invest in a solution which would improve our efficiency and our customer satisfaction.

We are committed to ensuring that each and every client receives the highest possible service, as we pride ourselves on being your trusted partner.

The New Phone System?

With the increased volume of calls, it made sense for us to improve our existing phone system. We needed an innovative idea that could remove the strain from our receptionists – whilst still being intuitive, personable and beneficial for our callers.

The new phone system is designed to lessen the time it takes for our clients to get hold of the appropriate specialist, across both our Australian and our New Zealand teams.

How Does it Work?

The system is what’s known as “Hosted PBX”. Essentially, it is an offsite phone system which gives us additional functionality and increased call quality. The reason we get so many added benefits is because it uses VoIP, so the calls now go over the internet as opposed to a standard telephone line.

Now, when a client calls us they receive a short list of options to direct them to the department they need. The options are precise, so it makes no difference whether you need MYOB Exo, Advanced, Payroll support or the Sales team – you will get there fast.

A transcript of the automated plug-in call system is as follows:

“Welcome to Kilimanjaro Consulting.

If you know the direct extension of the person you are calling, please key it in now.

  • Press 1 for Support
  • Press 2 for Sales
  • Press 3 for Accounts
  • Press 4 for all other Enquiries”.

 Benefits for Clients

Previously, 100% of our phone calls from our clients were being filtered through reception. As the number of phone calls increased, this caused a great strain on reception, created a lag on messages and therefore a delay in resolving support cases in a timely manner.

At present, the phone system is able to direct our clients to the right person at a much quicker pace and in a productive manner. The phone system has improved the quality of calls and allows voice messages to be left for individual consultants if you wish to do so. The next phase is caller identification, so we can direct your call to the most appropriate person quickly. It is important to us at Kilimanjaro that every clients’ needs are met and that we are making business life easier for you and for our tribe.

If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us by filling in the form below or giving us a call on 1300 857 464

New Data Breach Law Information Session – PowerNET IT Solutions

Kilimanjaro understands the importance of security in each business and we want to make sure you do too. In today’s fast-developing, innovative world of technological advancement, we are experiencing remarkable solutions at an extremely fast rate. However, the quick pace and extreme change in the technology world means we need to remember there are some dangers to such an evolution as this. In the era of internet, cloud computing and artificial intelligence, the risk of a cyber attack is increasing and becoming more and more complicated. Ensure you have taken the right precautionary steps and become comfortable in knowing that your business is protected.

What is a cyber attack?

Cyber-attacks have become a recurring theme in news headlines in recent years, from large corporations losing billions of pieces of data to alleged state-sponsored hacking of emails to hacked elections. The cyber attack has many different scenarios but, simply, it is an attempt to hack your computer system, network or device with cruel intentions. The most popular ones can put the whole company system into lockdown with an expectation for you to pay anywhere from hundreds to thousands of dollars in order for your business to return to usual functioning. But what if your data gets stolen?

New Data Breach Law

“What is the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme? The passage of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 established the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme in Australia. The NDB scheme applies to all agencies and organisations with existing personal information security obligations under the Australian Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) from 22 February 2018.”


Want to know more?

We are honoured to invite you to a cyber-safety afternoon to find out what your company is doing to prepare for the worst or if you are in danger of being fined millions of dollars, in line with the new data breach laws. Join cybersecurity experts, Triskele Labs and Sophos to understand how cyber attacks can happen, and get guidance on preventative techniques and disaster recovery planning.  Lastly, enjoy networking with other guests and speakers accompanied by beverages and nibbles!


Date: Wednesday, 23rd May 2018

Arrival: 3:00pm-5:30pm (Estimated running time of 2 hours with pre and post networking opportunities)

Where: Level 5, 122 Walker Street, North Sydney NSW 2060 (Kilimanjaro training room)

We encourage anyone to join this free event, as the information is vital to your companies’ safety. We hope to see you there.

Register now! Spots are limited

What will you walk away with?

  • Insightful information about the implications of the new data breach law
  • Prepared to avoid millions of dollars in fines
  • Confidence knowing your business is safe of threats, inside and out

Who is PowerNET?

PowerNET provides a range of services across security, support, monitoring, disaster recovery, and network connectivity. They partner with the best software and hardware vendors and are plugged into an international ecosystem of service delivery partners through Connectwise and HTG Peer Group. With over 24 years of being in the IT Industry, they have managed to develop a portfolio of over 1000 happy clients!

Lest We Forget

ANZAC Day is a day to reflect on the sacrifices of the brave men and women that lost their lives to secure our freedom. Extract from ‘The World War 1 Diaries of John “Jack” Phelan Volume 1.

“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.” – ‘The Ode’ taken from a poem written by Laurence Binyon

Extract 1

“In the darkness we found a gruesome sight. Some 37 of the boys were strewn all over the road; there were 40 in the party. 3 were attended to.

The first had a good blighty on the arm, his elbow was missing, I guess his arm went West.

The second chap had a piece of shell between his shoulders.

The third a pet of a wound almost across his face. We patched him up the best we could then put him on the roadside to await conveyance to the nearest D.S.

All the rest were napoo, so we shifted them off the road until daylight.

Next morning at daylight we saw one of the many queer things you only see at Wartime.

One digger was sitting quite natural, his elbows on his knees, rifle held between his knees, dead.

Next to him his pal, also in a sitting position his riddle along-side, one hand still held a bumper that had signed his two fingers.

Next to him was another pal …sitting down. He had a biscuit in his hand half-way to his mouth which was partly open. Dead.

The three of them were killed by concussion, they never had a scratch on them, such is War.

After attending to those unfortunate chaps, we turned and collected the others, who in most cases were bashed about something awful. We had to uncover them and collect their belongings for identification purposes.” p.84-85


Extract 2

“… I will give you a short sketch of the four that we met.

Number one has a fair size gash on the head, he said someone’s tin has hit him. Number Two said something hit him on the nose and broke it, he is bleeding like a pig and still manages to keep his fag alight. Number Three is covered with mud and blood; got blown up in the trench, lost the love of an ear; he seems quite satisfied with his lot. Number Four is the Dinky Die Digger you read about in War stories.

His hat is at an angle of 45 degrees, the old Woodbine[i] stuck to the corner of his mouth. He is leaning against the door of the pill box, one hand in his hip pocket, coat open. The other arm has several empty sand bags wrapped around it, tied with a thick piece of rope. He enters the pill box and returns some ten minutes later minus one arm. A fag is lit for him, he cast a stony stare back where he came from, mutters something to himself, adjures his hat and off the four of them go.

Over 400 diggers were treated at that pill box before dark set in. God only knows how many took a risk and kept on the move till out of danger. All this happened on a front just 1,000 yards long. I believe our front line was some 450 miles. Eat that.” p. 22-23 Vol 1

Extracts taken from “The World War 1 Diaries of John ‘Jack’ Francis Phelan Volume 1, (2015) Edited and Self-Published by Margaret-Anne Oxenham and Assisted by Ronnie Baskind.


Soul Origin just keeps growing

Soul Origin is Australia’s fastest growing fresh food franchise which offers a wide range of delicious, wholesome breakfast and lunch options. Since 2013 Soul origin has grown from 2 up to 79 stores. Today, Soul Origin is using MYOB Software to manage their financials. What made this business so successful? We encourage you to read the below article to find out how they became leaders in their industry.

“What does it take for a fledgling business to substantially boost its profile and become a 77-strong network of healthy fast food outlets in just four years? Soul Origin’s Chris Mavris shares the secrets.”

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Kilimanjaro’s MYOB Exo User Group Forum February/March 2018 Summary

Kilimanjaro runs a series of MYOB Exo User Group Forums twice a year. This gives MYOB Exo users the opportunity to hear about updated business trends, technologies and new MYOB features and updates. The User Group provides quality time where the Kilimanjaro tribe can share best practices in order to help our clients improve their efficiencies using technology. The latest MYOB Exo User Group Forums ran through February and March. This was exciting for us as we extended the forum to five locations through Australia and New Zealand. It was great to be able to meet and engage with over 100 Exo Users across Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth and Auckland.

Business Transformation and Metrics that Matter

Our goal is to provide our clients with valuable content that includes innovative and inspiring ideas integrated with current trends and technology. The theme this year was ‘Business Transformation and Metrics that Matter’. Our observation across our client base is that with new developments in software, real-time information across every organisation is now a reality. We spoke about the economy, business transformation and the importance of incremental improvement. We also spoke about Digital Transformation.

We defined this as aligning people, processes and technology with the businesses strategy and vision. Kilimanjaro’s role is to assist businesses in the application of digital capabilities (technology) to processes, products, and assets. The overall goal is to improve efficiency, enhance customer value, manage risk, and look for new or better ways to make money.

Forum’s Guest Speakers

MYOB Exo User Group Forum in Canberra

To create an informative and inspiring Forums, we always look for specialists that we feel can benefit our clients and their businesses. This February / March, our clients had the opportunity to hear from our trusted partners, NETSTOCK and Phocas. Both speakers shared insights into their specialities and discussed the essential need-to-know tips that will improve businesses growth and efficiency. Andy from NETSTOCK examined inventory and supply chain management while Craig from Phocas demonstrated how to use data to identify opportunities, grow profits and improve efficiencies. Transforming your business is something all companies need to do. If you don’t know where to start, read our article on “How to transform your business”. Sydney and Melbourne’s forums also featured special guests from NAB, Ivan Colhoun and David de garis, who both shared their economic view for 2018.

Thank you for coming and See you next time!

We want to thank all Exo Users who attended our MYOB Exo User Group Forums in the past. We find it to be an excellent way for us to engage with our clients on a regular basis. We are always happy to hear genuine feedback about the products and our services and we are glad we can contribute in some small way to your own success. through these forums.

Our next MYOB Exo User Group Forums will be held in the second half of the year, so keep your eyes open for our newsletters and registration details. This is an opportunity not to be missed for businesses wanting to learn, engage, grow and succeed.


MYOB completes successful beta launch of Single Touch Payroll confirming readiness for 1 July deadline

We understand the importance of keeping our customers informed. Single Touch Payroll will come into effect this year and MYOB is a product which will support you through the legislation changes.

“In what is being touted as the biggest change to payroll reporting since Super Stream, Single Touch Payroll is being rolled out by the government from 1 July this year. The new technology is now live for small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) clients and partners participating in MYOB’s beta trial for AccountRight.

The beta trial joins other MYOB products already enabled with Single Touch Payroll such as MYOB Greentree, MYOB’s Enterprise business software such as MYOB Employer Services or Advanced People that ran its first successful STP enabled pay run in February 2018.”

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MYOB Diamond Partner: Three Years and Counting

Kilimanjaro is proud to announce that for the third year in a row we have attained MYOB’s Diamond Partner status. This award is a credit to our fantastic team and the long-term relationships we maintain with our clients. We believe that a combination of a highly skilled team of Sherpas continued commitment, paired with our low-risk methodologies is the key to clients trust and our success.

Maintaining MYOB Diamond Partner status attests that Kilimanjaro has consistently performed well when measured by MYOB’s metrics. Customer satisfaction and business improvement are our highest priorities.

What is MYOB Diamond Partner Status?

The MYOB Partner channel was established to support bigger business with implementation and ongoing support of MYOB Enterprise products, such as MYOB Advanced and MYOB Exo. All MYOB partners must be certified and trained to support their clients. The journey to achieve MYOB recognition is long and challenging. There are certain criteria to be met. We believe that healthy competition drives constant development and improvement. As the channel has evolved, the benchmark has become higher. It truly is an achievement to be a Diamond Partner, as there are strong competitors in the Enterprise division.

Kilimanjaro as MYOB’s first  Diamond Partner

 You may not be aware that Kilimanjaro was recognised as MYOB’s first Diamond Partner. On 14th of March 2016, MYOB announced that Kilimanjaro Consulting had qualified as the first and only MYOB Diamond Partner. It was an honour for us and an exciting challenge to maintain this status for the future.

MYOB Diamond partner 3 years and counting – our promise to our clients

Being an MYOB Diamond Partner is not only an honour but also carries with it an obligation. We look forward to consistently helping our clients improve their business efficiencies through the clever use of innovative and proven technology. Our promise to our clients is to implement software using our low-risk methodologies,  that will allow our clients to feel safe and in trusted hands. We are continually looking for areas to improve our customer satisfaction and help our clients succeed. We genuinely believe our client’s success is our biggest award.

Big thank you to Kilimanjaro’s team of Sherpas

We would like to send big thanks to our team for all the hard work. From guidance, consultancy, implementation to support, their work has achieved our third year in a row with  MYOB Diamond Partner status. Most importantly, a humble thank you to all our clients for another great year of success thanks to the patience and trust you have put into Kilimanjaro.

The tribal culture here will continue to thrive off our approach to help clients scale new heights, guide them to achieve current goals and realise new ones.

We can also be your trusted partner

At Kilimanjaro, we understand that choosing the right ERP for your business might be stressful. However, we are here to help from the beginning to end. We will ensure that the selection process, implementation and any support queries after that are dealt with to the highest standard. If you wish to have Kilimanjaro as your trusted partner, contact us today for a free consultation with one of our specialists. If you are considering choosing an ERP system for your business, you might want to check our latest article “Making Your Way Through The ERP Selection Process” for some tips on where to start.


MYOB Exo as the Heart of RMHC’s Financial Management System

Ronald McDonald House is one of the most recognised charities in the world. Their ability to house over 3000 families every day worldwide, in 366 houses across 42 countries, means that it is vital for them to have stable and efficient communication.

Starting in 2017, Kilimanjaro has not only provided support to Ronald McDonald House Charities in Australia through the implementation of MYOB Exo software and support services but has taken part in initiatives to help families in need. Today, we would like to share the journey that Kilimanjaro has had with RMHC, starting with implementing Exo in all 13-chapter houses and being part of the initiative to reduce the stress in everyday tasks.

RMHC Australia

RMHC Facing the Manual Work Challenges

Ronald McDonald House Charities was established in 1989 and since then has continued helping families in need. Each year the Charity faces the challenge of raising funds as the number of families requiring support increases.

The continuous growth of this inspiring charity meant that manual labour and paperwork became tiresome, and with 13 chapter houses across Australia running on individual programs, RMHC needed software they could count on to eliminate chaos and uncertainty.

MYOB Exo Successfully Decreases Manual Work

To reduce a national headache for the charity, Kilimanjaro implemented MYOB Exo at the start of 2017. This relieved RMHC of various accounting and reporting problems, allowing them to put more time and effort into what mattered: the families and their children’s well-being. Exo was able to successfully decrease the amount of manual labour and paperwork considerably by introducing automation and EDI. This effectively allowed RMHC to run steady and effective communication.

Together We Can Make A Difference

It was a pleasure to have been able to help such an inspiring organisation that gives back to the community. It is important for the team at Kilimanjaro to engage with corporations with a commitment to corporate social responsibility. Apart from implementing Exo for all 13-chapter houses, Kilimanjaro participated in one of RMHC’s amazing initiatives ‘Make-a-Meal’. This was in line with our own Corporate Social Responsibility program and provided the Kilimanjaro tribe with unforgettable team building experience. We thank RMHC for letting us be a part of it.

Check out the entire story of how MYOB Exo was able to provide RMHC with significant benefits, including improved efficiencies and greater visibility of all business functions or contact us to discuss your business requirements today.

Love Your Work

One of the most successful entrepreneurs of the last century once said “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” – Steve Jobs.

At Kilimanjaro, we believe it is essential to love your work, and we suggest a few things that can make this easier for everyone. Kilimanjaro collectively agrees that the key to start loving your work is a combination of the organizational culture and the environment we work in. We are not afraid to say our team is our greatest asset, both because of their quality skills and the ability to adapt to the unique tribal culture that we pride ourselves on.

Birth of the Tribe

It was almost 13 years ago that Kilimanjaro established a company that to this day strives to support businesses with their journey of growth using carefully chosen and implemented ERP software. As our team has grown from a mere two tribe members to over 60 MYOB specialists, the company has continued to flourish. We have achieved this through the proper structure which gives every employee a voice and encourages the vision ‘farmers, not hunters’. The creation of this unique culture has been nourished and continues throughout all our offices. Today we would like to share our Tribes’ secrets of how to make your team love their work.

Flat structure

At Kilimanjaro, we believe in the African saying “Ubuntu” which means I exist because you exist, and you exist because I exist. Everyone here is treated equally which inspires a constantly encouraging work place environment. This atmosphere allows employees to believe that they can develop their own skills and personality to coincide with the business, which is key to maintaining long-term employees that respect the business. To find out more about how to create this encouraging atmosphere, have a read of ‘It’s baby steps as new employees learn your environment’ written by our managing director. We don’t see the benefits of a command and control environment. Creating a positive space for our team creates a positive environment for our clients, feeling confident they are in trusted hands.

Creation of the Golden Rules

We all need some rules to follow. At Kilimanjaro, we very early on defined 9 Golden Rules which we expect everyone without any exceptions to follow. The vision was to create a liberated, unique and resilient company. One glibly talks about an organisational culture, built on the foundation of a set of core values. If you haven’t created them as of yet, define that set of values now, to avoid ending up like every other mundane, pedestrian organisation. In order for the rules to be effective, the rules must be part of your way of doing things. One of them which is very close to our hearts and improves internal functionality is “We keep our promises”. We don’t make commitments to work we can’t deliver. This works well internally and externally for our clients.

Work-life balance

In order for a business to thrive, it is important that employees are focused and motivated. To ensure this, simple rest and relaxation is essential. Although the ‘work-life balance’ may seem difficult, there are a couple of things you and your team can implement so that every individual is not over-worked and stressed in the company. At Kilimanjaro, we encourage taking time for yourself and switching off from your devices, spending quality time with family and friends and indulging in the right meals, exercise or other hobbies. We believe that planning this time effectively will lead to an effective workplace environment. In summary, the more time you spend looking after your mind and body, the more you will achieve at work.

Our people are our greatest assets

We nurture our people, create an environment in which they can thrive, teach others, grow and progress. We seek for clever, intelligent, creative, diligent people to love working in our environment. We give them more responsibility, more discretion. In return, they deliver the agreed outcomes. If our people are stressed, unhappy, unmotivated, we need to change our organisation, not change the people.  Supporting one another and engaging in team building experiences is another great way to create a community within the workplace. Kilimanjaro has successfully created this type of atmosphere by combining our Corporate Social Responsibility with team exercises. To read more about our involvement with inspiring charities and ways that our team have bonded through this, check out our CSR page.

We love our work

Most of us are spending 40 hours or more at work per week, that is around 90,000 hours at work over a lifetime. With numbers like this, it is important that your job is inspiring, exciting and a joyously challenging activity. We hope that our ideas are able to motivate a better workplace, a positive mind space and overall growth for you and your business.