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How can accountants harness their brand identity to differentiate themselves in the marketplace? We discuss the importance of naming, colours, logo design and employer branding for accountancy firms.
Attracting and retaining talent is a challenge faced by all businesses, and none more so than the professional services industry. Accounting firms are no exception, and this article discusses key areas to assess when seeking to attract talent to your firm.
How do you differentiate your accountancy firm? When might you need a rebrand? And why rebrands are focused on the audience and not the partners. We discuss all with Jody Padar, The Radical CPA.
How badly chosen images on your accountancy practice website can make your firm look cheap, forgettable, or the same as the next firm.
Positioning statements, mission statements, value propositions and straplines. What do they all mean? There's a lot of different things your company 'says' as part of its communication with its customers and sometimes the various statements can become confusing. In this article, we break them down and explain the differences.
In this article, I'll discuss what I see as the difference between ordering an 'off the shelf' website for your accountancy practice and working with an agency to design a website specifically around your unique brand.
Before you rush into creating landing pages, backed by costly PPC campaigns, make sure you're getting the basics right on your website first so you're not wasting money.
Our survey helps us understand why accountants decide to invest in branding, and how it specifically benefits their firm and helps to solve common challenges.
Commissioning an agency to design and build a website for your accountancy practice needn’t be a daunting task. In this article, we break down our process to explain how we work closely with our clients on each stage of the design and build process.
Numerity approached Prosper searching for a branding, design and marketing agency that not only had experience in working with accountancy firms, but that could help position their relatively young company as a credible, authoritative and tech-savvy entity in an industry that is notorious for ‘playing it safe’.