Karla has some se­ri­ous fi­nesse

The Riverine Herald - - BUSINESS AWARD 2017 -

A PAS­SION for help­ing small busi­ness and love for all things tech­nol­ogy were the driv­ers be­hind Karla Houri­gan pick­ing up the young en­tre­pre­neur of the year award.

Karla is the owner of In­fi­nesse, an award­win­ning book­keep­ing prac­tice.

She has a com­mu­nity fo­cus and is in­volved in lo­cal ini­tia­tives and char­i­ta­ble events.

In­fi­nesse has been built on the motto of ‘‘help­ing busi­nesses work smarter’’.

Karla prides her­self on be­ing at the fore­front of cloud ac­count­ing soft­ware, point of sales sys­tem im­ple­men­ta­tions and pro­vid­ing so­lu­tions for clients to be able to man­age their busi­ness any­where, any time.

‘‘I wasn’t ex­pect­ing to win. I’m stoked and over­whelmed,’’ Karla said.

‘‘I want to thank ev­ery­one in­volved for mak­ing tonight pos­si­ble. Ev­ery­one here de­serves to win an award.

‘‘A huge thank-you is owed to my team and my fam­ily for their con­tin­ued sup­port.

‘‘The best ad­vice I ever re­ceived was to al­ways be your true, au­then­tic self. That’s what I try to do every day.’’ ■ Fi­nal­ists were Spencer Page (Cor­nella Real Brew­ery) and Wayne Mattchoss and Matthew Ste­wart (The Straw­berry Pick).

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