Episode 11. On this week’s Accounting Influencers Podcast:
➜ News – Martin discuss “IRIS Software’s Play for Global Domination in Accounting” and what their recent acquisition of AccountantsWorld means for the accountancy world
➜ Special Guest Interview: “Negotiating & Pricing Tips for Accountants with Malcolm Smith.” Malcolm is a global pricing and negotiation expert who shares with Rob Brown how accountants can price and negotiate better.
➜ Martin gives practical advice and tips on “What Works for Accountants in Switching Clients to Them.” Winning business from competitors means making potential clients need what you’re offering. Martin explains how this works.
➜ Expert Interview: “Client Experience 2.0 for Accounting Firms with Alison Ball.” Alison tells Rob Brown how client expectations are rising plus what the latest and best client experience looks like for accountants & CPAs.
For full shownotes on these segments, check out the stand-alone episodes coming out this week and outlined on the days below.
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