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Mark Lee asks networking strategist Andy Lopata to share some of his tips for accountants keen to rely on referrals for new business.
How to seek referrals from friends and family—without the awkwardness.
Five trends to consider as you go about implementing your firm’s social media strategy for 2015.
Firms can improve their effectiveness on social media with better training and tools, and by adopting written social media policies and monitoring metrics, says the 2014 Social CPAs Survey, How Accounting Firms Use Social Media Today.
Getting business through community involvement isn't all about being pushy and acting like a salesman. Raising your visibility and taking advantage of opportunities is your objective.
Special Report: Exporting Accountancy and Tax Services
October 1, 2014 - Accountancy SA
This explains how medium-sized firms can make an impact internationally by joining associations or networks
Business networking has emerged as one of the “must have” soft skills necessary for finance professionals to succeed in the competitive marketplace of today.