Instagram offers a significant opportunity for small businesses to connect with their customers and clients, tell their unique story, and control their brand image. At Matthews Steer's annual Women In Business Party, Charlotte James of Charlotte James Communications shared some top tips on how to present the human face of your business on social media.
Legendary economist Jonathan Pain shared his insights into ‘the new economic and political reality’ at Matthews Steer’s Private Wealth event on May 24.
Can you predict the All Ordinaries value, value of the Australian Dollar and the 10-year bond prices we’ll see by the end of 2017? That was the challenge set to 12 Matthews Steer Financial Planning clients by Lee Iafrate at our February’s silver service VIP luncheon.
Over the years we’ve found ‘protecting the family jewels’ is a source of concern for many of our clients. How best should our clients structure their assets to preserve them? How can they keep the bank happy by providing timely financial information? Even, how can our clients protect their beneficiaries’ inheritances from disaffected spouses…
Matthews Steer was delighted to partner Moonee Valley Council’s 2015 Leaders in Business Breakfast in August. Vibrant and thought-provoking event, the breakfast attracted nearly 200 guests including members of the council, local business owners and other influential community stakeholders.
Our penultimate Matthews Steer breakfast for the year, ‘Unwrapping the future of the North West’ cast the spotlight on Melbourne’s North West – one of the fastest developing regions in Victoria. Changing at a rapid rate, the North West looks set for a bright future as our three highly accomplished speakers – Essendon Fields CEO, Chris Cowan, Peter Seamer of the Melbourne Planning Authority and the Commonwealth Bank’s Michael Workman – revealed.