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Web Seminar - Offering value-added services to clients: Why, and how to?

Accountancy Age is hosting a LIVE web seminar on a major issue for modern practices: how to develop value-added services coherently, sensibly and strategically

Web Seminar – Offering value-added services to clients: Why, and how to?

Accountancy Age is hosting a LIVE web seminar on one of the most important issues for modern accounting practices: how to develop value-added services coherently, sensibly and strategically.

We are delighted to be joined by our sponsor Energy Scanner, and high-level speakers, to discuss the types of services that clients want their accountant to offer, and go through the steps to be taken to expand your offering – without overstretching the practice.

We will cover:

  • WHY should you broaden your service offering to clients, and what does that mean?
  • HOW to undertake the process for considering a new client service
  • MAXIMISE revenues from your new offering, by using technology as a tool instead of taking up your own valuable time

The web seminar is LIVE on 30 August, 11:00 am. Register now to join our session.

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