This is the third article in a series and outlines what you can do during a networking event so as to build on your preparatory work and to make it easier to relax and talk to people, explains
We’ve all done it I’m sure. We make assumptions about what our clients want, their reasons for asking for advice, the fees they will pay and their motivations in business, explains Mark Lee.
This article outlines what you can do before you go to a networking event so as to make it more enjoyable and more worthwhile.
Mark Lee looks at the “boring accountant” stereotype and explores ways in which practitioners can banish the tag.
Mark Lee offers clarification, advice and tips that are especially relevant for start-up practices that plan to attend networking events.
Mark Lee talks to professional photographer John Cassidy, who describes mistakes that many accountants make with their profile photos and how to avoid them.
There is a common misconception that accountants sell their time and that this is what clients are buying from them.
Mark Lee explores the practical considerations for start-up practices looking to arrange their own personal and business development CPD.
Mark Lee explains what the professional bodies have done with their latest guidance on engagement letters for tax work and advice.