About Jennifer Black

Jennifer Black is the former deputy editor of Acuity, based in Wellington, New Zealand.

She was also formerly a breakfast television reporter for TV3 (no, you never really get used to getting up at 4am!) and before that she was a reporter for a national news agency, specialising in court reporting.

Prior to that, Jennifer taught English at a secondary school on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

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  1. Bright idea from start-up solves financial data problems

    Common Ledger aims to become the go-to translation service for combining online accounting systems...

  2. Robot restructure — Will robots take your job?

    Just how soon could your job be carried out by a robot? Robots performing your surgery and making your hospital bed is just the beginning...

  3. Tax detox with Inland Revenue's Naomi Ferguson

    The woman leading New Zealand's Inland Revenue, Naomi Ferguson, outlines why modernisation was needed and how it will make life easier for taxpayers...

  4. Thankyou Water co-founder fights global poverty with social enterprise

    Thankyou Water Daniel Flynn co-founder talks about fighting poverty, social enterprise models and social media...

  5. Accounting in the outback with Peter Gogsch CA

    The treasurer of the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest rodeo is a proud Irishman who has swapped the Emerald Isle for the red dust of the Australian outback...

  6. Down on the farm: Accounting and the agricultural sector

    Award-winning farmer Charmaine O’Shea’s knowledge of farming and accounting is contributing to more profitable and sustainable agricultural sector...

  7. Kiwi CA Joelene Ranby focuses on wellbeing with luxury retreats

    A Kiwi CA is using her passion for health and wellbeing to offer luxury weight-loss retreats for women – and she plans to go trans-Tasman...

  8. Tech-savvy rural CAs on competitive edge and country living

    Operating an accountancy business in a rural area can help beat the urban squeeze and have great lifestyle and career benefits...

  9. Charity begins with a home

    A stolen bag in Kenya changed James Woodward’s life, and will continue to change the lives of some of Nairobi’s most disadvantaged orphans...

  10. New Zealand business on the world stage

    Digital entrepreneur Claudia Batten talks about her new role helping Kiwi businesses achieve on the global stage...

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