Meet Denis Breen, Irish accountant

A few weeks back during on a trip to Dublin I caught up with Denis Breen, the owner of a fast growing Waterford based accountancy firm that now supports more than 100 Irish businesses online with Xero.

If you were to spend more than five minutes chatting with Denis, it would quickly become evident that he just gets where the future of accounting advisory services is going.

So, I went into Kubrick Mode and grabbed a few minutes with him on camera.

As you’d expect from an Irishman, Denis tells it straight about why he believes the traditional accounting services model is flawed, and how the aftermath of the Irish financial crisis has created an acute commercial context in which businesses need to know where they stand financially month to month, sharpening the commercial senses of Irish business owners.

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