New Zealand’s largest provider of practical accounting and business advisory services to the rural sector, Crowe Horwath, has offered its support to the Dairy Women’s Network (DWN), signing on as a partner.
Dairy Women’s Network is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing education and support to dairy farming women. It has more than 7500 members throughout New Zealand.
“We are excited to enter into this partnership because we see first-hand the significant contribution women make to New Zealand’s rural sector,” said Crowe Horwarth’s New Zealand head of agribusiness Neil McAra.
“It is organisations such as DWN that provide vital support and development opportunities for women in agribusiness to grow and prosper.
Many Crowe Horwath employees are already actively involved within the Network and it was their glowing endorsement which helped encourage the business towards signing on with DWN.”
DWN chief executive Zelda de Villiers said it was heartening in difficult times in the dairy industry to see a collegiality between agribusinesses and non-profit organisations such as DWN.
“We know that we offer our members an extremely valuable service, but it’s always nice to have that quality of service recognised by our partners. I think our members, and ultimately the wider industry will gain a lot of knowledge in making sound and smart business decisions from us working with Crowe Horwath in the future.”
Crowe Horwath New Zealand is the largest provider of practical accounting, audit, tax and business advice to individuals and businesses. The company has a network of 24 offices throughout the country.