Kim Hill is a top level business strategist, coach and consultant who is widely sought after throughout New Zealand for her expertise and skills in all areas of running businesses. For over two decades, Kim has provided strategic and professional consultation in the areas of marketing, communications, branding, structural efficiency, business performance management and the evolution of business opportunities. She has established a reputation for solid, grounded and shrewd sense that gets results efficiently and expertly, whether she is working with individuals launching their own businesses or corporate clients. Kim facilitates and leads training sessions on all aspects of business across the country, as well as delivering conference addresses to teams in business.
Frequently called in to troubleshoot in situations of negotiation and conflict, Kim is respected for her capacity to cut through to the essentials, keep it real and achieve optimal outcomes for all involved.
An entrepreneur herself, having owned and operated businesses, Kim draws on her extensive background in and experience of commerce, growth, marketing, sales and more … She knows what works and what doesn’t. Kim is passionate about paving the way to success for others, helping them define and achieve their goals and creating opportunities for individuals and businesses alike.
A wide range of clients look to Kim for a sounding board to help define their goals and clarify priorities, knowing that whatever is offered adds value to their business. Her remit is business consolidation, growth and improved productivity and she gets consistent, solid and significant results.
A longstanding contracted business mentor to Te Puni Kokiri, Kim is dedicated to promoting Maori economic development and entrepreneurship. One of her unique strengths is that she walks within both Maori and non-Maori worlds to the enrichment and benefit of both.
Kim derives great satisfaction from helping companies grow and build their capacity to become high-performing: “It’s the most fun job in the world,” she puts it. And, she points out:
It’s interesting, the issues are the same whether you’re a big or small business: the only difference is the scale. Whether you’re a small- to medium-sized business in the Waikato or a US company turning over tens or hundreds of millions of dollars, the solutions are the same, too.