2015-07-08 00:00:00EventsEnglishhttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/uk/resources/uk_qrc/uploads/2017/01/MG_3689.jpghttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/uk/resources/news-and-updates/how-to-get-connected-with-quickbooks/How to ‘Get Connected’ with QuickBooks

How to ‘Get Connected’ with QuickBooks

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At QuickBooks, we spend a significant amount of time listening to accountants to find out what drives them, what frustrates them, and what could make their lives so much easier. Most accountants are constantly seeking insight and the latest advice that could affect their profession and allow them to prepare their practice for future success, and gain real competitive edge in a crowded marketplace.

In response to their needs, we created our series of Get Connected events. These event are aimed at and created for accountants who are dedicated on growing their practices and providing their small business clients with easy to digest and up-to-date information that helps them to, in turn, grow their businesses.


From Auto-enrolment’s impact on your clients, the future of accountancy, through to Value pricing, Get Connected will answer some of the burning questions you and your clients have.

Have a look at the video to catch a glimpse of one of our previous Get Connected events that took place in February and March this year. We’ll be back with a number of new events in the second half of the year, so keep checking the events section of the Small Business Centre for more information on how to “Get Connected” with Intuit QuickBooks.



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Adrie Voges is the Senior Manager for Events and Training at Intuit UK. Follow her on Twitter.

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