The Realities of “Startup Life”: How to Juggle Working Across Different Time Zones

With barriers to running a global business being removed through technological advances, companies have been able to extend service offering to other countries by purely opening an office or distribution centre and by hiring offshore staff. This is becoming more and more common, with roles in areas of accounting and bookkeeping, administration, marketing, etc being … Continue reading The Realities of “Startup Life”: How to Juggle Working Across Different Time Zones

The Travel Diaries: Part 2 – The Trip Essentials

When travelling, especially for leisure, it's important to pack some essentials for your trip. In my case, most of my essentials, outside of clothes, makeup and toiletries, are electronics. As I work remotely when I'm travelling, I cannot be disconnected from society for too long. So what are my travel essentials? iPhone X - I … Continue reading The Travel Diaries: Part 2 – The Trip Essentials

The Realities of “Startup Life”: How to Fund Your Business #101

When you start a business, you need funding. The four different ways to fund a business include Bootstrapping, Crowdfunding, Private Equity and Venture Capital (VC). Each of these options has various pros and cons, which need to be considered before determining which path you want to go down. So what are the differences between each … Continue reading The Realities of “Startup Life”: How to Fund Your Business #101

The Millennials Series: Why having a Passion makes you More Approachable as a Millennial Accountant

This article was also published on my LinkedIn. Passion, it’s what drives your decisions and choices about your life and career. In my opinion, it is imperative that you can share your passion in the workplace. John Garrett from The Green Apple Podcast has made it his mission to chat with professionals everywhere about their … Continue reading The Millennials Series: Why having a Passion makes you More Approachable as a Millennial Accountant

The Millennials Series: Three Key Apps Millennial Accountants Should Familiarise Themselves With

*This article has also been published on my LinkedIn.  Something I wish that had been taught while I was at University was the different types of accounting software I should be familiarising myself with as a millennial, and how they all work together to improve a business’ data and decision-making ability. Millennials are pretty tech-savvy … Continue reading The Millennials Series: Three Key Apps Millennial Accountants Should Familiarise Themselves With

The Millennials Series: Top Blogs and Podcasts for UK Accounting Students

This article was also published on my LinkedIn. This is the final instalment of my 3 part blog series about Top Blogs and Podcasts For Accounting Students. The UK is another country into which Accodex has expanded. To better understand the accounting industry within the UK, and to be able to support our partners in … Continue reading The Millennials Series: Top Blogs and Podcasts for UK Accounting Students

The Millennials Series: Top Blogs and Podcasts For US Accounting Students

This article was also published on my LinkedIn. This is part 2 of 3 of my blog series about Top Blogs and Podcasts For Accounting Students. As Accodex has Partners in the USA, I follow American accounting news pretty closely. Over the past few years, I have come across the following blogs and podcasts, and had … Continue reading The Millennials Series: Top Blogs and Podcasts For US Accounting Students

The Millennials Series: Why Soft Skills are Essential for the Millennial Accountant

*This article is also available on LinkedIn. Millennial undergraduate and graduate accountants are not often given the experience to be client-facing from day 1, which is an error of judgement on the part of the employer as it does not allow them to develop their soft skills. Chris Hooper, however, provided myself and my colleagues … Continue reading The Millennials Series: Why Soft Skills are Essential for the Millennial Accountant

The Millennials Series: 7 ways to make your LinkedIn stand out to employers – The importance of LinkedIn for accounting and law students.

LinkedIn is one of the main platforms utilised by employers and recruiters when they are looking for new talent. Essentially, LinkedIn is your online resume that allows you to display your work history, education, and the skills you want to present to the wider audience, alongside enabling you to connect with like-minded individuals within your field...