Email marketing may not be new, but it is often overlooked. Here’s an examination of the benefits of adopting email marketing for your accountancy practice and how to do it well.
In firms with this attitude, marketing is seen as a costly “tick-box exercise”; something that must be carried out as cheaply and compliantly as possible, but with little vision for what it could actually achieve. If that sounds familiar, you may be running your marketing department like a cost centre. But how do you move your marketing department into a profit centre?
Our recent insight report ‘Why SMEs won’t pay for business advice – and how to change their minds’ revealed that 63% of respondents said they regretted making a business decision without speaking to an accountant first.
Like most people running a business, partners and managers in accountancy practices have had a lot on their minds over the past 12 months. In such a disrupted market, business development is more important than ever. Sometimes, there is a lot to be said for going back to basics: When was the last time you reviewed your logo? Is it playing its part in winning and retaining clients?
As SMEs continue to face new and varying pressures in 2021, the services they need are inevitably also changing.
With the demand for technical advice being overtaken by the need for general business expertise, SMEs could start to overlook their accountants.
Read on to find out what our new research report has discovered.