It’s Business Time - Young Creators workshop
Horse & Trap, 3 Enfield Street, Mt Eden, Auckland
6:30pm – 8:30pm

This is a joint workshop with the Directors & Editors Guild NZ.

Are Your Accounts Giving You a Headache?

A workshop for pain relief

There's nothing worse than wasting time on your accounts.

So don't.

Natalie Doherty, production accountant on projects including Slow WestJean and The Shannara Chronicles, will share with you contractor hacks to take the headache out of your administrative paperwork.

In this two-hour workshop Natalie will give you time-saving tips and advice on:

  • dealing with your expenses
  • keeping good records
  • income tax, withholding tax and GST
  • sole Trader vs Company - the pros and cons
  • and more

Learn how to spend more time doing what you want to do and less time doing what you have to in this business-minded Young Creators workshop.

Brought to you by DEGNZ and Women In Film and Television

Young Creators: It's Business Time

Wednesday 3rd October // 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Venue: Horse & Trap, 3 Enfield Street, Mt Eden, Auckland

Booking Info

DEGNZ / WIFT members - Free
Non-members - $25

Registration bookings are essential for members and non-members. For non-members, payment must be  made in full prior to the start of the workshop to confirm a booking. We accept payment by credit/debit cards and internet banking/direct credit.

Registration closes Monday 1 October, unless capacity is reached prior.

Click on the link below:!event-register/2018/10/2/young-creators-it-apos-s-business-ime

Refunds: Please email if you wish to cancel your booking. You must inform us at least 24 hours before the workshop starts to receive a full refund.

About Natalie Doherty

Natalie has worked in the Film and TV industry as both an accountant and in the sound department worldwide for over 16 years. She is an Associate Chartered Accountant who completed her mentored training at BDO Chartered Accountants and the NZ Film Commission. Natalie also supplies short to medium term furnished accommodation to the Film and TV industry with her husband, Brendan.

Programme is brought to you with generous support from the NZ Film Commission and Foundation North.