Freedom is a state of mind , Not a state of grace


Simple is best.....

The business approach is to keep it simple.  We believe the best approach to business services is to identify the challenges, and/or problem, and then with professional expertise and strong project management skills deliver the solution to client satisfaction.

Ambrose uses a simple three step approach;

1.    Identify the problem.
2.    Consider the options.
3.    Implement the solution.

Ambrose is committed to providing the best approach and solutions for your business or organisation with consideration to cultural sensitivities and the project environment.

The business will provide solutions by:

•    Delivering  a diverse range of quality business services at cost effective rates;
•    Servicing clients using an holistic approach to business solutions;
•    Providing a network of a variety of standalone professionals and expertise; and
•    Understanding the culture and environment in which it operates.

Utilising the expertise and experience from the Directors and a variety of skilled professional networks Ambrose ensures extremely competitive rates and guarantees to deliver to very high expectations.

The strength of Ambrose lies in ensuring clients achieve their business objectives in a practical and efficient manner.  We achieve this through understanding the entire business process, ensuring we focus on business risks, and achieving outcomes that centre on control, efficiency and effectiveness.


Story 1

Communicating- a ‘wicked’ problem

The Indigenous Board representing a major island off the Australian coast did not have a strategic plan.   The Board was ultimately responsible for a large range of services on the island but there were a number of interrelated problems that made it difficult.   The Board members were not comfortable that a plan was in place to deliver these services efficiently, effectively and sustainably.

Story 2

‘handITback’ - back to basic accounting

People in business need an understanding of financial literacy and financial management competencies to ‘survive’.  The introduction of computer based accounting systems into the micro and small business segment has in a number of cases led to a reduction in the level of understanding of accounting fundamentals.

Story 3

From egg to handbag – a crocodile story

A successful crocodile farmer in the Northern Territory wanted to create a Joint Venture with the Indigenous Traditional Owners (TOs) of a major swamp in Australia to build a satellite crocodile farm. This would enable the crocodile eggs from the swamp to be raised to crocodiles for skins.  The problem was that the TOs had not seen a crocodile farm or understood how one operated or knew how a joint venture would work.

Story 4

Dreams to reality – I have a plan

Many business people do not have ownership of a plan that they understand or adequately represents their vision. 


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