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Bookkeeping & CFO Services Partner
After eight years working as an accounting supervisor in Brazil, Wellington noticed that he was missing something in his career and in his personal life. In 2010 he decided to leave his job to challenge himself by moving to Australia. The first challenge was to learn English so that he’d be able to find a job and secondly, the adaptation process was much harder than expected! The plan was to move back to Brazil after six months of learning English, which he had hoped would enable me to build a better career in Brazil.
He fell in love with Australia, and so decided to extend his stay and studied for a Diploma of Accounting, Certificate IV in Business and then Masters of Accounting. The challenge did not finish there. The next step would be getting a job in accounting to get familiar with the Australian business culture and also put in practice everything that he had learnt from university, teamed with his professional experience back in Brazil. His first accounting job in Australia last three months as an intern in a bookkeeping firm. After the three months internship, he was employed as junior bookkeeper for two years before his journey with The Accounts Studio began.
After joining The Accounts Studio, I have not stopped developing my professional skills so that I can take the stress and hassle of bookkeeping away from my clients. In 2019, The Accounts Studio merged with Carbon Group to launch Carbon Sydney. I became a partner and so my career continues to develop.
Business tips from Wellington
Being organised and staying in control of your accounts from the beginning is the key to having a healthy and organised organisation. Take the time to implement the right systems and procedures to make running your business easier in the long run. Understand the importance of automation and business cash flow to reap the benefits of a successful business.
Take the time to implement the right systems and procedures to make running your business easier in the long run.