About Anthony OBrien

Anthony O'Brien is a principal of corporate marketing and communications firm Corpwrite.

He is presently the small business writer for Money magazine and has contributed regularly to a range of other publications including Acuity, The Australian Worker, Jetstar Magazine, Australian Way, Professional Planner and The Bulletin.

Anthony also worked as a reporter with Australian regional broadcaster NBN on its nightly television news service.

He is a published author, working with leading Australian finance commentator Paul Clitheroe AM, chairman of the Australian Government Financial Literacy Board, to co-author Make your Fortune by 40 (Viking 2001) and Road to Wealth (Viking 2000).

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  1. Meet the CA leading the NRL's Melbourne Storm

    As the NRL finals heat up, one CA will be paying even closer attention than most...

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  2. Great oaks from little acorns grow

    For Anna Davis CA, head of business performance at New Zealand’s biggest telco, Spark, commerce has always been second nature...

  3. James Dyson discusses his innovative career

    James Dyson on the power of perseverance, innovation and protecting intellectual capital...

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  4. Why China's property market matters

    The scale of China’s property boom is truly breathtaking, and Australian CA Charles WM Chan is right at the centre of it...

  5. CA flies high as a pro cricket star

    From a big four firm to the big bash league, Simon Milenko CA is living the dream in his new career...

  6. CA brothers score runs in cricket and business

    For New Zealanders Ross and Donald Jackson, playing cricket has been a family obsession through the generations which has opened doors to grow their NZ firm...

  7. Cartels and the misuse of market power

    New Zealand and Australia take different approaches to the criminality of cartels and the abuse of market power...

  8. Are entrepreneurs born or bred?

    Are you born an entrepreneur, or is it something anyone can learn, given the right education, experience and mentoring?...

  9. Work-life-study balance

    Becoming a chartered accountant through the postgraduate Chartered Accountants Program has never been a walk in the park, but help will soon be at hand for candidates who are struggling...

  10. Changing accountants – how to make the switch seamless

    If a client decides to shift accounting firms, both the new and old accountant must make the switch as efficiently and ethically as possible...

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