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Free digital coaching for accountants to improve clients’ digital skills

14th Nov 2019
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As you may have seen, productivity is a buzz word of the moment. The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy announced last week (5 November 2019) that businesses around the country are set to benefit from a boost to productivity funding.

But how could you make a productivity impact for your clients?

In October, Sage in partnership with Northumbria University, the ACCA and the government backed Business Basics Fund announced the launch of a research study to drive productivity in micro/small businesses through the adoption of digital technologies. We’re looking for accountants in practice in England with at least five micro or small sized businesses to sign up to take part in the study which will give you the coaching tools to drive digital adoption with clients.

Sound intriguing?

This is fantastic opportunity to encourage value add conversations with your clients. But places are running out. Find out more information and submit your interest using the link below. 

Find out more www.northumbria.ac.uk/made

What’s involved?

  • You will be invited to join a four-hour coaching workshop in December 2019 or January 2020. You’ll take home free materials to pass on to your clients
  • Each quarter, you’ll be asked to complete a survey, which will include supplying productivity data for five of your clients  
  • The study will last for twelve months

Sound interesting? Sign up today www.northumbria.ac.uk/made

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