At the moment it appears that the 'to niche or not niche' is still raging across the accountancy industry - as well as professional service firms generally.
If I met you at a networking event and asked you, 'what's your thing?' - could you answer me in a short simple sentence?
You get to a certain point in your career and your career progression depends on your building up your own client portfolio.
Your partners are very unlikely to hand you your first clients on a plate.
Most accountants with established practices have a mish-mash (sorry, a good spread) of clients built up over a number of years, explains Mark Lee.
Hi all! Thanks for taking the time to read this.
On another thread, reference was made to an accountancy practice called OBK. The website was illuminating and made me think again about whether a niche accountancy practice is the best way to go.