Witty (C.A. (P.P.), Dip.B.S, A.P.S.)
Martz originally wanted to be a motor mechanic but failed
to gain an apprenticeship. On leaving school he ended up studying
business on his father’s advice. Seven (part-time) years
later Martz emerged a fully qualified Chartered Accountant
although he has never quite fitted the stereotypical mould!
A graduate (with Honours) from the school of “Hard
Knocks” Martz shares and unfolds strategies, ideas and
issues for people to ponder, debate and implement. He’s
fresh, invigorated, humorous and “real.”
Privately Martz enjoys tasting fine wines, restoring old
cars and seeing his two sons, whom he raised as a solo father,
turn into fine young men.
Martz career spans small and large Chartered Accounting
firms manufacturing and corporate business. This ‘true
life’ commercial experience has contributed much to
Martz’ success in business and in the advice he gives.
If it can happen to you in business it most probably has
to him, from hostile takeovers and tragic investments to unmotivated
staff and failing systems. The secret is to use this learning
for your improvement! These days Martz works with businesses
internationally, sharing successes and learning experiences.
2007 saw the release of his first book in a series of four
titled, “Hit the road running! – Gain more customers
of the kind you want.”
Martz is a regular presenter at Conferences and Events on
tax issues and business matters and his true life stories
keep audience participants spellbound and safe in the knowledge
that Martz walks his talk.
New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants
Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce
New Zealand Institute of Directors
National Speakers Association of New Zealand
Global Speakers Federation
SWAP (Sales People with a Purpose) New Zealand
Sales Professional International (USA)
For a no obligation chat please contact Martz on 021 2222
007 or email email@example.com.
Sutherland of Women’s Financial Strategies began financial
planning in 1981 and has her own business based in Christchurch.
Sheryl’s interest in women and money was aroused when
she worked on a thesis which examined women in the economy
and how they were represented in literature during the nineteenth
Sheryl is an obsessive reader, cat owner (three currently)
and enjoys gardening, theatre, food and wine, shopping (but
not browsing!) and yoga. She is married and has two divine
Sheryl is a Judicial Justice of the Peace and has a B.A (Otago)
Dip F.A.C. (Otago) and a DipPFinPlan (Waikato). Sheryl is
a member of the PAA (Professional Advisors Association) and
Justices of the Peace Inc.
Sheryl is a frequent media commentator. Since 1981 she has
run her own financial seminars throughout New Zealand presented
at many conferences. These include various institutions such
as universities, schools, government departments, polytechnics,
Women in Business and other groups. For some years she wrote
a regular column for the Christchurch Press and still writes
for magazines such as Financial Alert and Her Business on
Sheryl has written two books ‘Girls Just Want to Have
Fund$ - Every Women’s Guide to Financial Independence'
(2005), and 'Money, Money, Money Ain't it Funny - How to Wire
your Brain for Wealth' (2007).
Sheryl has appeared in Woman Today, Dunedin Public Library
Magazine, Hawkes Bay Today, Sunday Star Times Magazine, Sunday
Star Times, The Press, Avenues Magazine, Dominion Post, Sunday
Herald, Next Magazine, Her Business Magazine, Paper Plus Catalogue,
Doubleday Australia, MSN Money, www.slynkey.com
Sheryl welcomes comments regarding Smart Money or if you
have any personal financial planning queries please email
or call 0800 64MONEY.
A full disclosure statement is available on request. Please
contact 03 379-7035 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.