Nick Egerton

Being able to analyse, control, and then make the right decisions based on your financial information is critical for business success. Financial literacy can enable smarter and more effective long-term financial planning. It can also help to locate hidden opportunities you didn’t know existed.

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About Nick

Nick has 20 plus years senior management experience in New Zealand, United States and Europe. Professional achievements include: change and performance management implementations, successfully growing startup ventures and creating new reoccurring revenue business streams as well as reshaping and accelerating existing businesses. He has highly effective people skills and establishes good relationships with colleagues and customers at all levels. Working in a collaborative manner, he excels in achieving agreed objectives, planning, creating and growing new revenue streams. Nick operates effectively with information and facts and has a methodical, reliable approach. Additionally, through Nick’s professional capability and natural ability to think laterally, he can recognize and understand complex situations or technologies, and the associated commercial principles.

Areas of Expertise

• Leadership, advisory boards and governance development
• Strategy development
• Sales, marketing and market validation
• Operational, contract and project management
• Innovation, new ventures and M&A
• Finance

Past Clients

• Yellow
• Plant & Food Research
• ESR
• PGG Wrightsons
• Tamoana
• Mogul
• B&W Accounting
• Compete NZ

"Nick brought strategic thinking. He was enthusiastic, focused and upfront, with strong business acumen and great skills in stakeholder management and coaching."

Roger Bourne
Plant and Food Research

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Why Small Businesses Need an Innovation Strategy

Interestingly over the years, the term "innovation strategy" may have been something for corporates or the ‘in’ or ‘cool’ companies. What .

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Ready, Aim, Fire: 4 Tips on Validating and Launching a Product or Service

Between 65% and 95% of new products (or services) fail. I’ve helped many businesses decide what, when and how to launch a new product or service. .

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