In the second part of his events series, marketing expert Paul Shrimpling outlines how to turn your client event into a profit generating exercise.
As part of my planning for starting up a practice, I was wondering at which point it would be sensible to look into hiring staff? What are the signs?
There are lots of people posting in this forum that represent organisations that sell services to practices.
There’s a direct correlation between the growth of your people and that of your firm. Increased profits start with investing in them in the right way, explains Edi Osborne.
Paul Shrimpling explains why all accounting firms should make events part of their growth plan.
Steve Pipe offers a five step guide to hosting tax surgeries for clients' employees which could create increased fees.
Finola McManus outlines how practice managers can become better leaders and make their firms more profitable by learning how to listen effectively.
Steve Pipe explains new style IHT and care fee planning that gets your clients substantial extra cash during their lifetimes, and how you can use it to win their parents as clients too.
Steve Pipe reveals how successful practices are improving client service, fees, profits and cashflow by adopting a new business model.
Retaining existing clients requires building a ‘brick wall’ between yourself and your competitors. Rachael Wheatley explains how to get started.