Today Rod Drury joined David Barrett, founder and CEO of Expensify, for a fireside chat at Expensicon in Hawaii. Rod talked about the future of the accounting industry, how to build a better economy, and the power of a great business platform.
National Small Business Week is having an event in Denver today to honor businesses in Colorado. Not only do we know of a few Denver-based businesses that deserve recognition, we also have some insight as to why small businesses choose Colorado.
Small businesses were very well looked after last year, and there’s more good news in the 2016 budget. Last year’s incentives have been broadened so that they apply to entities with annual turnover of $10 million, vastly widening the base of smaller businesses that will benefit.
Blue Rock started as an accounting firm of 10 people. Seven years on, it employs around 100 staff across six divisions, including legal, debt advisory and wealth management. We asked accounting supervisor Ricky Jessop about their secret to consultancy success — and how it prepares clients for the hurdles ahead.
“Make products they can just pop into and understand the value of.”
This is how Joe Malcoun, CEO, sums up the many ways in which CRM giant, Nutshell, makes customer relationship products work for small businesses.
If you’re still talking about Millennials, you’re late to the party. At a whopping 60 million, Gen Z – our youngest and most digitally connected generation yet – far outnumber their older counterparts.