Guest Blog by Amanda Magri Overend, Digita Marketing Executive
How dedicated are you to the idea of starting up your own practice?
Is this something you have always wanted to develop or have certain circumstances prompted you to consider this idea?
With every chapter, every experience and every challenge you will encounter in your career, there is opportunity.
Take the opportunity to grow, the opportunity to learn and the opportunity to avoid costly mistakes so frequently made by new practice owners before they even open their doors for business. Here are 6 accounting top tips to making your practice start-up experience a successful one.
Guest Blog by Connor Mears, Digita Inside Sales Representative
Find yourself constantly visiting clients then returning to the office to find that you have large amounts of admin and tasks you need to complete? As technology advances some industries fall behind while ever changing efficiencies are improved. At Thomson Reuters we have always had the belief to make those enhancements to increase your practices workflow.
Guest Blog by Andrew Flanagan, Digita Managing Director
If you’re starting your own accountancy practice, it’s vital to ensure that the technology you choose is fit for purpose, will help you stand out from the competition and will support you in the long run as your practice grows, in attracting and retaining those all important clients. Here, Andrew Flanagan, managing director at Digita, offers some advice on how to plan to achieve this.
Guest Blog by Candice Hardman, Digita Inside Sales Representative
The tax and accounting industry is dynamic and ever-changing. Today, more than ever, choosing the right provider for your Tax and Accounting software needs is pivotal to running a successful practice.
Guest Blog by Katie Martin, Digita Telemarketer
For most of us, cold calling is a dreaded and daunting task; however it’s a part of the game. And when done correctly, it can be a powerful and effective sales tool.
It is seen as a challenging role nonetheless but there are no new sales without new contacts. You can’t make a sale unless you have an appointment first. In fact, prospecting is the key to successful selling.
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