Learn what James Bourke, CPA and Avalara have to say about the changing face of the Accounting Entrepreneur. Find out the key steps in building and expanding your tax compliance services by defining new go-to-market strategies. We'll explore how Accountants use focused sales and marketing strategies along with new staff functions to move from a partner model to a corporate model of operation. Learn how to build profits through subscription pricing models to bring new, high value services to your clients with recurring revenue streams with high ROI around tax compliance. Join James to explore tactics that can help you grow your accounting practice, and bring your questions for a lively Q&A session around these topics!
"Great course.......gave me a lot to think about"
"Jim Bourke highlighted issues the prevalent in the industry that many practitioners are either oblivious to or conveniently ignoring. I really like that he gave several ways that we as accountants can remain relevant in the industry while being responsive to client needs."
"Terrific!!! Very informative."
"Very well presented and very interesting."
"Great, and relevant, information on practice management/growth."
In Jim’s role as Technology Niche Practice Leader, Jim heads-up the Firm’s business development, audit, tax and consulting services areas for companies engaged in the technology sector. Jim works with technology companies from start-up to those ready to realize their exit plan and helps them every step of the way from navigating through capital infusion, traditional financing, equity transactions, tax incentives, etc. He is Past President for the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants. Jim has authored many articles dealing with firm technology issues and was featured on the cover of past issues of Accounting Technology Magazine and Practical Accountant Magazine.
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