Are you keeping your investors in the loop? A brief article in Australia’s Startup Smart discussed the annoyance and frustration of investors in not having regular contact with the founders of their investee companies. Most startups don’t need to write formal reports to investors, but some of them – particularly when they obtain serious funding – […]
A couple of weeks ago, we posted a template that annual report editors can use to remind last year’s contributors about putting together this year’s annual report.
Often, the contributors to your annual report are scattered all over the organisation; sometimes even in different states. This makes it difficult to get everyone pulling together […]
Last week, we posted a template you can use to remind people that annual report production time is coming up again for 2014, and to let them know what the main dates are.
This week, here’s a template for you to send to contributors who have done it before, and just need some basic reminders […]
Heaps of people worry about getting their annual report started. In fact, some people are worrying about it right now.
They’re worrying, knowing what a pain it’s going to be come deadline time if they haven’t prepared, worried that it will all be their fault…
We don’t want you to worry, and we don’t want […]
So you’re the annual report writer this year.
For some people, it’s a pleasure to take time to write something long and substantial about their organisation or their team. For others, being required to write the company annual report is the equivalent of public speaking with no index cards and no powerpoint.
So this post is […]
Last week, I re-posted an article about RG 247 – Effective disclosure in an operating and financial reviews – ASIC’s regulatory guideline that asks for better writing in annual reports. Annual report writing can be a tricky business, but it’s not too hard if you’re on top of the financial statements themselves.
This week’s article goes […]