Grant McQuoid

Grant is the Managing Partner of PwC Taranaki, with a focus on working with passionate business owners who are growth focussed, enabling them to change the outcome so that they can achieve genuine growth and success.

A business visionary – Grant has been involved in the start-up of his own software company including entering the Australian market and subsequently exiting via a sale strategy while retaining a royalty stream. It is this actual experience running his own businesses that enables Grant to bring real solutions to today’s business owners.

Grant holds a real estate license as part of PwC’s business sales strategy. He has successively managed two mergers of accounting practices further emphasising his hands on experience of practical business issues as well as working in Europe during the Euro currency and Y2K eras. This enables Grant to bring a broad range of practical experience to assist business leaders today.

Through this broad range of experience Grant has developed specialised expertise in strategic planning, financial budgeting and forecasting, project management and leading a team through change. He provides a full range of business advisory, financial and commercial management services focussed on privately owned businesses, of any size, that have genuine growth aspirations.

Grant was made a Life Member of the Taranaki Chamber of Commerce in 2015 for the contribution he provided to the Governance of the organisation as Chair (2011 to 2015), a period during which he led the transition of the organisation from general management that was operationally focussed to a strategically focussed CEO led organisation.

Following on from his previous involvement as Chair of the Taranaki Chamber of Commerce and morning grade rugby convenor for the Tukapa Rugby Club, Grant is now pursuing his passion for tramping by volunteering for the Department of Conservation on a predator control line and assisting a project team that is investigating the feasibility of a Mountain Crossing tramp on Mt Taranaki to rival the Tongariro Crossing.

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