Exciting News — Don’t Miss Event for Small Businesses, Accountants and Developers from Intuit QuickBooks
I know many of you are heads down into tax season, which is why I wanted to share this exciting, exclusive news with you now! Save the date and plan to attend a new, major event planned by Intuit QuickBooks for the fall of 2014 in the Bay Area of California. If you’re like me, I know you will want to make sure you do not miss anything during this major event for small business and the accounting industry.
Intuit sources have confirmed that on October 22-23 in San Jose, CA, they will host an event that will bring together small businesses, accounting professionals (i.e accountants, CPAs, Bookkeepers, ProAdvisors, etc.) and developers creating a great opportunity to develop relationships with each other in a way that has not been available previously.
More details, including the name and info about how to register to attend, will be available soon so stay subscribed for more information about this exciting new event! Save the date for this must attend event and I will see you there!
Just a quick reminder that tomorrow (Feb. 15) is the deadline for the early bird rate for the award winning Ultimate Accounting vCon, hosted by two popular accounting industry thought leaders, Michelle Long and Sandi Smith Leyva. If you haven’t already registered, then now’s the time to lock in your discounted rate.
You can count on practical, grow-your-business advice plus great how-to sessions on all your favorite software and some you may not know about yet.
You’ll be able to:
- Learn how to monetize new revenue streams, and other great practice-building tips.
- Update your marketing, technology, and customer service skills.
- Grow your business and serve your clients better.
- Gain confidence, skills, and tools in the areas of:
- Estimating, packaging, and pricing your accounting services without losing your shirt.
- Identifying consulting opportunities with current clients.
- Maximizing client retention so you can keep your marketing costs lower.
- New technology and add-ons without getting completely overwhelmed with all the stuff that’s out there.
- Giving your clients choices so you can serve their needs even better.
- Save airline and hotel costs, stay cozy at home (no tired feet!), and still get live access to great training and accounting industry thought leaders.
- Win prizes.
Go here to sign up: http://accountingvcon.com/
To your success,
Are you looking for fresh ideas to grow your accounting business, practical sessions to update your skills, or fun ways to connect with peers, all on a shoestring budget (and that doesn’t take you too far from home)? If you answered yes, then we’d love to introduce you to the Second Annual Ultimate Accounting vCon.
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Many of us in the accounting profession work way too hard when we don’t really have to (I did, serving QuickBooks and bookkeeping clients, for years and years). And one of the biggest reasons is that our marketing skills are weaker than most other professionals. This causes us to:
- Deliver employee-level service while grossly undercharging for it.
- Fail to fire clients we hate working with because we need their revenue.
- Fall short of our revenue goals because we don’t know how to market for new clients.
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