SMPs Should Be Thinking about Growth

Sarah Johnson Dobek | September 19, 2016 |

Sarah Johnson Dobek, Founder and President, Inovautus Consulting, says growth is a necessity for small- and medium-sized practices (SMPs), especially for attracting and retaining talent. Opportunities for non-compliance-based services may hold the key for new growth areas.

 

Sarah Johnson Dobek

Founder and President, Inovautus Consulting

Sarah Johnson Dobek is a successful growth advisor to public accounting firms. Sarah works with entrepreneurial spirited professionals in accounting, law, consulting, financial services and other service-based companies to help them evolve. Sarah primarily works with firms that are looking to embrace or integrate digital media into their marketing mix, or elevate their current marketing efforts. Her unique background in marketing and knowledge of digital media allow her to deliver insightful, practical advice that guide organizations down the right path for achieving the growth they desire. Sarah’s ability to understand where an organization is starting, matched with her disciplined approach to best practices drive results for firms. Prior to starting Inovautus Consulting, Sarah was the Director of Marketing for a Chicago based accounting firm and the Director of Consulting Services at PDI Global.

 
 

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