Register to hear from our guests as they discuss the importance of client engagements and share tips for implementing an effective client engagement strategy in your practice.
[CPD webinar] Your Guide to Compliant Engagements with the TPB & Ignition
Wed, 8 June | 11am AEST
Join Chartered Accountant and '2022 Accounting Thought Leader of the Year', Rebecca Mihalic and Debra Anderson, Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) member—as they discuss the importance of client engagements and share tips for implementing an effective client engagement strategy in your practice.
Register for this free, CPD eligible webinar hosted by David New—Head of APAC, Ignition—to hear from our subject matter expert guests on:
- Why engagement letters are more than a compliance tool in your accounting firm
- What are your obligations & who governs engagement letters in Australia
- Latest regulatory changes around client engagements
- What to include, when and how to issue engagement letters efficiently
- How technology can help
We hope to see you there!
Ignition is the world’s first client engagement and commerce platform for professional services businesses, to streamline how they engage clients and get paid. Over 5,000 accounting and professional services firms around the world use Ignition to win new business with impressive digital proposals, engage clients with a clear scope of work, and get paid on time by automating payment collection. Ignition also integrates with leading business apps such as Gusto, QuickBooks, Xero and Zapier to automate time-consuming tasks. Founded in 2013 by a progressive accounting entrepreneur to find a better way of doing business, our goal is to help customers grow, be more efficient, and create win-win client relationships. To date, we’ve helped facilitate more than 2 Million client engagements and over US$2 Billion in client payments. Practice Ignition has teams in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, The Philippines, South Africa, US and the UK, with over 150 employees globally.
To learn more visit ignitionapp.com
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