In the Receipt Bank Summer School, we'll be covering 4 key areas to take your accounting firm to the next level:
Marketing 101: 5 Ways to Market Your Firm on a Shoestring with Glenn Radler
You can’t expect your firm to grow without bringing in new business. A well-structured marketing plan is essential for generating diverse revenue streams that will allow your firm to continue to grow.
The first session of Receipt Bank's Summer School will focus on some of the most successful marketing strategies our partners have used to promote their businesses.
The Power of People: How To Recruit Talent to Grow Your Business with Ellie Appleby
Quality people continue to be one of the scarcest resources in accounting.
Whether you’re a sole practitioner or a multi-partner firm you need to effectively manage the people that help run your business on a daily basis. The secret is knowing how to better recruit, develop, and exit your employees.
Building a Culture: Collaboration with Your Staff and Clients with Andrew Sinclair-Day
How do your staff and clients react when you introduce them to new digital tools? If implemented poorly, the technology could have a detrimental impact on the culture you’ve worked hard to nurture.
If you want your firm to continue to grow, both your staff and clients need to buy into the technology that is going to facilitate that growth. It’s important to make sure you build a culture that will foster collaboration among your staff and with your clients, allowing you to more easily implement technology in your firm.
Pricing with Purpose: Top Strategies To Price Your Services with Diane de Garis
Pricing is difficult. Technology is reducing the time that you have to spend on each client, meaning hourly billing is not as profitable as it once was.
Firms now need to adapt their pricing model so that they are not penalised for investing in efficiency and training.
In this webinar we’ll present popular pricing strategies being used by bookkeepers and accountants around the world to get the most out of the fees they charge their clients.