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Presented by Michael Oberther
Originally aired April 18, 2018
Basic bookkeeping is critical, but there is, even more, you can do to grow the successful business you’ve always dreamed of. The Pareto Principle states: 20% of your clients produce 80% of your profit. With this webinar, you can begin to build that successful client base and let go of those clients holding your business back.
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About the Presenter
Director of Business Development
Michael’s experience includes helping business people solve problems related to technology, human resources and accounting. Currently he is the director of business development at Supporting Strategies a provider of outsourced bookkeeping and controller services.
Michael studied Accounting at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the University of Southern Maine. He served seven years with the Air National Guard and is an avid skier and Brazilian jiu jitsu practitioner.
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