• Back to Business Webinar Series

Back to Business Webinar Series

Date: Every Thursday for 6 Weeks starting April 30 to June 4
Time: 9am - 10am
Online Webinars
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Register for: Thursday 30 April, Meeting the challenges of Alert Level 3, and beyond


New Zealand’s Alert Level 4 lockdown restrictions eased on April 27. As we collectively come to grips with the impact the virus has had on our lives and livelihoods, we’ll be faced with many challenges and decisions. Our ability to adjust and adapt is critical as we move into our next state of normal.

As your trusted advisor, we’re here to help you get back to business by offering a FREE six-part webinar series. Our BACK TO BUSINESS series aims to provide you with valuable insights and practical strategies as you grapple with our new economy, the fallout of COVID-19 and your business recovery.


See the Webinar Schedule Below:

  • Thursday 30 April, 9am: Meeting the challenges of Alert Level 3, and beyond
    We discuss the Alert Level 3 restrictions when viewed through a business lens, discuss some of the practicalities, and cover off some frequently asked questions.
    Presenters: David O’Connor, BDO New Zealand Chairman and BDO Auckland Audit and Assurance Partner & Tarunesh Singh, Head of Risk Advisory Services, BDO Auckland
  • Thursday 7 May, 9am: Taxation
    BDO’s ‘Eye on Tax’ Iain Craig discusses recent COVID-19 tax reforms and relief, as well as strategies to manage payments and work with Inland Revenue.
    Presenter: Iain Craig, National Head of Tax, BDO Auckland
  • Thursday 14 May, 9am: Resetting strategies
    We discuss the need to review your short-term strategy as we move through 2020, and an adaptive approach to change.
    Presenter: Tarunesh Singh, Head of Risk Advisory Services, BDO Auckland
  • Thursday 21 May, 9am: Restructuring options
    Andrew Bethell, Business Restructuring Partner, BDO Auckland
  • Thursday 28 May, 9am: Working smarter with technology & the Cloud
  • Thursday 4 June, 9am: Revenue Recognition and impairment of assets
    James Lindsay, Head of IFRS Advisory, BDO Auckland & Natalie Tyndall, Technical Associate, BDO New Zealand