The credit crunch and looming economic slowdown means practices have to make
some tough decisions: Should you recruit so you can provide clients with
counter-cyclical services; Can you pitch effectively?; what about budgeting and
fee collection?; what services do your clients need?.
These questions and more will be answered during the Accountancy Age Practice
Web Seminar, taking place on Wednesday 14 May at 3pm. The event is hosted by
Best Practice editor Kevin Reed.
Industry experts taking part include Phil Shohet of Kato Consultancy and
David Thomson of Close Invoice Finance, who will give you advice on managing
your firm and its clients during tough times.
Register for the event
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