Wednesday, June 3, 2020 - 10:00 - 11:00

How to focus on services to drive practice goals

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About this session

In this launch episode, Mark Telford talks to AccountingWEB editor about his journey. In an inspiring session with live Q&A, Mark will cover:

 • What led him to starting a practice after spending 17 years in industry and commerce
 • What it was like starting with no clients
 • The biggest mistakes he made
 • The point he knew it was going to work.
 • How his outlook and approach has changed since 2012
 • What he's doing now

An inspiring fireside chat, this launch episode will be the perfect set-up to Mark's ongoing series where he talks to leading practices and offers tips and advice.

Mark will also take your questions live - register now and take advantage of this chance to talk direct with one of the UK's leading accountancy trainers. 

Limit: 500 places.


About The Practice Mechanic:
Every episode, Mark Telford sits down with an accountant in practice, looks under the bonnet of their accountancy firm and finds out about the realities of growing an accountancy practice - even looking at the mistakes they made along the way.

Interviews with leading practices will offer practical tips and guidance for attendees to take back to their teams. A live Q&A will enable you to put questions to Mark and his guests, ensuring you come away with the best possible advice, tailor-made for your firm.

Mark Telford is an award-winning Chartered accountant who runs his own successful accountancy practice Telfords Chartered Accountants. He is also the founder of Start! Accountants, a coaching, mentoring and training business helping accountants to run the practice they really want.

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