12th July 2022
As clients’ accounting needs evolve and the accounting profession changes, MGI Worldwide member firm MGI Dobbyn Carafa, based in Melbourne, explains why they expanded their professional services from a traditional Accountant to a Trusted Advisor and towards the higher-margin business advisory services. Watch our 'Bridge to Consulting' webinar on demand!
Consulting services are becoming more valuable than ever and business owners are looking for an accountant to be a Trusted Advisor, as opposed to simply providing compliance-related work.
In this webinar, Anthony Dobbyn, Founding Director at MGI Dobbyn Carafa, Matthew Helm, Senior Client Manager, and Chris Grelis, Client Manager, take you through the firm's journey and share practical steps that they have taken to move everyone in the Firm towards a ’Trusted Advisor’ status.
Watch the recording of the 'Bridge to Consulting' webinar
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Webinar take aways
- Learn why post grad study is mandatory to get ahead
- Find out why staff who take the journey with you are so valuable
- Recognise the consulting services your current clients need and want
- ....and finally, learn how to not overcomplicate things and why starting as simply as possible is always the best option.
Thank you to our hosts
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