Bridge21 Announces Fall Seminar Dates
KC Truby, president of Bridge21, recently announced his firm’s fall seminar series. The four seminars will be held in San Francisco, Atlanta, Baltimore and Los Angeles. Bridge21, America’s largest trainer of accounting software, supports over 700 accountants in 115 offices nationwide. The seminars will feature accounting industry experts from throughout the United States and will focus on outsourced accounting functions via the Internet.
Highlights of the seminar include: How to conduct QuickBooks and NetLedger training and support, how to utilize financial planning in the Internet age, how to develop multiple streams of income, and how to use ASP technology to provide outsourced bookkeeping/offsite CFO services for the business client.
Truby is the keynote speaker for the series. He developed the Bridge21 program, a system designed to provide accountants with a complete turn-key solution for offering software training classes as a method for finding new clients and generating profit. Other speakers include Harvey Goldstein, author of "Up Your Cash Flow", Allen Bostrum, President of Universal Bookkeeping Services, and New York Times best selling author Robert Allen.
For dates and additional information visit the Bridge21 website at www.bridge21.com/aw or call (877) 427-4524 ext. 15.
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