Part one – Why? Twitter for lawyers, accountants and surveyors

Web 2.0. Social networks. Social marketing. There’s lots of jargon – and hype – about it all. Most senior professionals will associate things such as Myspace and Facebook with their teenage kids and dismiss them from consideration as serious business tools. So here, in part one, I ask the question Read More

Business Development Checklist for Junior Professionals

I am often asked to run short training sessions at legal, accountancy and surveying practices with the aim of helping young professionals start their business development activities in support of the firm’s marketing and business development programmes. Here is a summary of some of the ideas provided: Be a good Read More

Top 50 Accountants

Accountancy Age reports that of this year’s top 50 firms, 39 (78%) have seen their growth rates squashed and nine saw their revenues decline. Only nine saw their growth rate increased. 3,000 jobs in the top 50 firms were lost. In the next 50 firms, almost half had growth rates Read More

2013-07-25T16:39:54+01:00June 30, 2009|Accountants, Kim's Blog, Statistics and trends|

Some good news at last – Accountants ‘best placed’ to benefit from recovery

Accountancy Age magazine carried the following story yesterday: “PwC says business services sector will emerge in the best shape following the recession Accountants, lawyers and property management companies will be among those to benefit early from an economic recovery, a PricewaterhouseCoopers index has found. Firms in the business services sector, Read More

2013-07-25T14:00:09+01:00April 22, 2009|Accountants, Kim's Blog, Statistics and trends|
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