Business - NZ Herald - 28 December 2018
Kiwi tech firms ‘need more support’ to expand overseas – Sue De Bievre, Beany
In our leading questions series, Kiwi businesspeople discuss the year just gone and what will impact them in 2019. Sue De Bievre, chief executive online accounting business Beany, talks about how small tech firms need more support to expand overseas.
Stuff - Business Day - 28 October 2018
Accountants need high ’emotional intelligence’, survey finds.
Once the perception was to be a successful accountant, you needed a calculator, a good head for figures, and a less than sparkling personality.
But the top three skills for accountants wishing to be successful in the coming five years are adaptability/agility, emotional intelligence and critical thinking.
Hawkes Bay Today - NZ Herald - 22nd June 2018
Mothers don’t have to be Superwoman – they just need good support.
Juggling a new-born and working at a high level may be new to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern but it’s run of the mill stuff for staff at a top Hawke’s Bay-based tech firm.
Hawkes Bay Today - NZ Herald - 16th June 2018
Q and A with Beany chief executive Sue De Bievre
Tech entrepreneur Sue De Bievre talks to Hawke’s Bay Today reporter Andrew Ashton about her views on business and explains her “non-binary” business philosophy.
Women in Tech - 23rd April 2018
The Future Of Accounting For Small Businesses: Women in Tech New Zealand
Today we get to know Sue De Bievre of Beany. Beany uses technology to connect you with our real accountants here in New Zealand.
NZ Herald - Business - April 1 2018
Business leaders weigh in on the minimum wage increase to $16.50 per hour
Seven Sharp - 8th March 2018
The accounting industry mums who’ve reinvented work to fit around their children.
An enterprising accountant thinks she has figured out the perfect work/life balance after starting up an online accountancy firm enabling her to work from home.