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Five top tips to grow your practice
Stuart Robb: ‘being part of our Lifecycle network can really help’
A Glasgow-based director of Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group, the SME advisory company, is to deliver a key lifecycle seminar in Scotland this week around five essential – often overlooked – tips for growing your practice.
Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group (LCBSG) is making its first appearance at AccountingLIVE 2017, Scotland’s leading exhibition and conference for accountancy and finance professionals which takes place at Glasgow SEC on 1 and 2 November.
Joining the conference’s motivational and informative seminar and speaker series on day one is Stuart Robb, director of LCBSG and head of the firm’s Scottish team, who will be presenting to accountants his five essential tips for growing your practice as part of the Lifecycle service offering.
He commented: “We know that most accountants have been asked by a client at some point to provide a service that is non-core to their business.
“This is where being part of our Lifecycle network can really help. The Lifecycle suite of products and services can complement your own offering to ensure that no matter what their needs, you can provide your clients with the expert help and support they require – helping to flex your service offering to retain the client and support business growth.
“We have already acted as a trusted, non-competing partner for many firms. By working in partnership with us, accountants are able to enhance their client service capabilities – and therefore their satisfaction – as well as growing practice reputation and revenue.”
Launched just last year, there are now over 1,200 registered members of the Lifecycle network across the UK.
Mr Robb continued: “We are looking forward to meeting accountancy and finance professionals in Scotland next week and introducing Lifecycle to them.
“There is no cost to join and, as well as gaining access to free advice from our team of specialists, Lifecycle members also benefit from ongoing practice development through our free CPD seminar programme.”
The first Scottish events in this programme are taking place later in November and will focus on MVL – How to close a client’s company and extract the profits effectively which will include the unveiling of the LCBSG online solvent liquidation tool, (My-MVL) in Scotland.
Mr Robb’s Accounting Live seminar – the Five Most Overlooked Yet Essential Tips For Growing Your Practice – starts at 2.30pm on Wednesday 1 November.
LCBSG specialisms include: company secretarial and formation; equity finance for SMEs; debt advisory for SMEs; personal debt advice; corporate restructuring, insolvency and cessation; debt finance for SMEs; cashflow maximisation; property solutions and legal services.
LCBSG Glasgow is still in its first year – the 13th regional office for the Group – and its eight-strong team is already supporting a number of Scottish SME businesses in food and drink, retail, finance and construction sectors.