AccountantsWorld Partners with Renowned Business Growth Icon Jay Abraham

AccountantsWorld, a provider of cloud-based solutions for accountants, has partnered with author and renowned business growth icon Jay Abraham, who will develop a series of exclusive growth-oriented articles and videos for AccountantsWorld’s clients and prospective customers.

Despite the many tools and resources available to accountants, many firms still struggle to expand their practice and increase profits. The exclusive videos and content from this partnership will focus on Abraham’s proven business growth strategies for accountants to use in their own practice. Additionally, AccountantsWorld and Abraham will launch an industry event in New York in the Fall to share case studies and actionable insights that will help foster firm growth.

“Accountants work tirelessly for their clients, always looking for opportunities to help them grow and better operate their businesses,” said Abraham. “This partnership will offer accountants high-performance growth methodologies to help them expand their own practices.”

Abraham has captured the attention and respect of CEOs and entrepreneurs with his ability to increase revenues by uncovering hidden assets and undervalued possibilities. His clients range from business leaders, such as Tony Robbins and Daymond John of Shark Tank, to small business owners.

“AccountantsWorld’s core mission is to equip accountants with the software, tools, insights and support they need to build sustainable value for their practices and better serve their clients,” said Dr. Chandra Bhansali, co-founder and CEO of AccountantsWorld. “By partnering with one of the world’s preeminent business minds, we can now offer our customers a unique competitive advantage in achieving their growth goals.”

The company says that putting accountants first remains a top priority for AccountantsWorld as it continues to fulfill its mission of supporting accountants and advancing the profession. For more information, please visit www.accountantsworld.com/abraham.

 


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