Two independent businesses, Ultimate CFO and Revolution Business Services merged together earlier in the year to form Revolution Business.
Combining accounting, marketing and software under one roof, Revolution Business provides a broad service offering to help their clients save money.
The idea came about four years ago when Garth Belic, Chief Operating Officer, began to look at business intelligence as a wider concept, not just accounting data.
“We provide the services that are perhaps too complex or too costly for a small to medium business to do in house,” Garth said.
“Small to medium businesses can now have access to the platforms and processes that the larger companies use, but at a reasonable price.”
Lisa Kernes, CEO, says Revolution Business is all about making business easier for business owners.
“I have a saying, it’s that I help to give them balance and zen,” Lisa said.
“I know what it’s like owning a business, stressing about payroll and cash flow and the late nights spent dealing with the administrative aspects of running a business. We take the pain out of whatever your biggest challenge is.”
The team at Revolution Business have put in some long hours to renovate their new office in Darby St. To celebrate, they are hosting a grand opening party on Thursday, 14 May 2015.
Chief Performance Officer, Kesley Kernes says the idea behind the launch party is to build a network within the Newcastle community, but also to raise money for the Hunter Transplant Research Foundation, a division of HMRI.
Fifteen years ago, Lisa Kernes had a kidney transplant and ever since, Lisa has looked for ways to give back to the team that saved her life. Revolution Business will be auctioning some great prizes donated by local business, and will be giving away $10,000 worth of free accounting services.
Image | Kesley Kernes, Lisa Kernes, Annette Belic, Carlie Isherwood and Garth Belic