In our search for having specialization in our firms, we find that there is a ripe opportunity for growth and a high need for technology and financial advising within the construction niche. In this vertical alone there are a variety of focuses that you can turn to commercial, residential and in those buckets even more ways to divide and find ways to dig into a very specific world to serve, grow and equally prosper. We have the amazing Niche Guru David Leary and the incredible Karine Woodman whose firm, 24hr Bookkeeper, focuses on the Construction world, to help you learn if this is the right fit for you and your firm and how to tackle it.
In this session, you will learn:
David Leary is a small business ecosystem evangelist at Intuit, and an innovative force in the small business accounting world. His business sense, vast technical knowledge and domain expertise has helped bridge the gap between developers, small business owners and accountants. He has worked multiple roles during his 19+ year career at Intuit: QuickBooks Support, Training, QA, Development, Marketing, Product and Project Management. In his current role, he focuses on bringing third-party SaaS solutions that work with QuickBooks Online to Apps.com. He was named by Accounting Today as a "One to Watch" in their Top 100 Most Influential People issue in 2015, and was a 2014 CPA Practice Advisor '40 under 40.' He also co-founded ViewMyPaycheck.
Karine Woodman started 24hr Bookkeeper in 2010, offering bookkeeping, payroll and QuickBooks training and integration. She has built a team who strives to help businesses create efficient systems and simplified workflows using QuickBooks Online and 3rd party applications. She's passionate about entrepreneurship, takes title of a 'problem solver' and is on a mission to guide businesses to financial clarity.
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