Perspectives on Strengthening Small- and Medium-Sized Practices (SMPs): Part Four

Giancarlo Attolini | February 23, 2015 |

In Part Four of the nine-part video series, Perspectives on Strengthening Small-and Medium-Sized Practices (SMPs), IFAC SMP Committee Chair Giancarlo Attolini highlights why networking is crucial to the development of SMPs and their ability to compete in offering business advisory services to small- and medium-sized entities (SMEs). 

 

In Parts One and Two Giancarlo Attolini discussed the importance of SMEs to the global economy, the role of accountants as trusted business advisors, and the use and benefits of engagements to review historical financial statements, including relevant guidance.

In Part Three Giancarlo Attolini provides insights on new service offerings firms can provide to their small- and medium-sized entity (SME) clients.

In Parts Five and Six Giancarlo Attolini discusses the IFAC Guide to Practice Management for SMPs, the concept of value pricing, and the need to embrace social media as a key marketing strategy.

In Part Seven of the nine-part video series, IFAC SMP Committee Chair Giancarlo Attolini shares his ideas on staff development and technological awareness.

 

Giancarlo Attolini

Past Chair, IFAC SMP Committee

Giancarlo Attolini is the past chair of the IFAC Small and Medium Practices (SMP) Committee and founding partner of Attolini Spaggiari & Associati Studio Legale e Tributario, an accounting, tax, and law firm in Reggio Emilia, Italy. See more by Giancarlo Attolini

 

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