From the desk of the Managing Director, Justin Flavel

What a financial year we’ve just had!

From movement within the Omnis Group team (including a new baby) to developing new services for our clients and raising our accounting profile nationally, we’ve been going like the clappers.

You’ve probably heard many business owners lamenting that this year is moving along way too fast, us included.

This calendar year we’ve seen a considerable amount of activity in the mining and related services sector, though plenty of sectors are still doing it tough.

Cash is tight across the board as everyone tries to hold onto it for as long as they can, but that doesn’t mean we business owners need to batten down the hatches.

On the contrary, there are plenty of opportunities if you want to develop your business model, which has been our focus at Omnis Group since our last update – looking inwards and working ON our business.

When you embark on the journey to improve and innovate within your business, it’s not always about making grand gestures.

We have found it beneficial to dig into the minutiae and tweak things like our client engagement process, refining our Financial Planning services and delving into our reporting protocols and budgets to ensure our people are targeting better outcomes.

Not wanting to understate our progress either, we understand the challenges facing business owners so we’re developing a unique service for our small, medium and multi-owner business clients to reduce risks and run better businesses. It’s called the Better Business Program, and we’ll let you know when that’s about to launch.

Scottish Geologist Charles Lyell once said, “Never call an accountant a credit to his profession. A good accountant is a debit to his profession”. During this financial year (FY19) we’re already taking steps to build a better Omnis Group. We hope the benefits of doing so reward not only our team and our clients, but also the wider community that we’re privileged to serve.

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