PracticeAccounting FirmsSixty percent of firms still have no website

Sixty percent of firms still have no website

ICAEW survey reveals alarming statistic

Research released by the ICAEW has
revealed that just 39% of 700 UK
accountancy
practices
surveyed have their own website.

The number is even less for sole practitioners, with only 22% having an oline
presence.

Encouragingly though, a further 12% of those interviewed said they intended
to set a website up over the next 12 months, while they also have more realistic
expectations of a website in terms of driving potential business.

Further reading:

New SME scheme unveiled by Institute

ICAEW reveals results of ‘historic’ exams

Michael Izza: towards a radical agenda

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