Finola McManus outlines why February is the optimum ‘hunting season’ for new clients.
What do you think are the things clients hate most about the way accountants operate?
Traditionally accountants aren’t pushy. They rarely beat the bushes for clients (partridge and pheasant, perhaps). Clients come when a practice is purchased or a client refers a friend.
By now, most accountants are at least vaguely aware of how important a savvy online presence is to business success.
Four questions you should ask in order to prepare for future marketing challenges
You are only as good as your client list. But one AccountingWEB member's relationship with their clients has led them to ask: Where have all the good people gone?
Interested to know how other practitioners deal with this.
Mark Lee interviews Derek Arden who shares invaluable tips to help accountants negotiate higher fees
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