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Red Hot Niches for Accounting Firms

Red Hot Niches for Accounting Firms

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by Hugh Duffy

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Red Hot Niches for Accounting Firms

One of hottest niches for accountants is servicing the technology sector. In fact, several large CPA Firms have made acquisitions or partnered with technology firms to better service their needs. In other words, acquired and/or partnered with technology businesses that have no CPA's or accounting expertise. Simply an extension of consulting related services given the role that technology plays within all organizations.

On the Accounting Marketing Doesn't Suck podcast, discussions with Dan Hood at Accounting Today, Kelly Platt at Inside Public Accounting, Eric Majchrzak at BeachFleischman, Dr Sean Stein Smith and Daniel Burris have provided examples of how leading accounting firms meeting this need. It would be impossible to miss the opportunity to growth of tech, both as a need within your organization and the opportunity to acquire them as clients.

Even smaller accounting firms are starting to service the technology sector as a niche. Below are two recent examples where we developed websites to support a technology niche.

Tech Industry niche – Baltimore Accounting Firm – Thomas J. Palm, PA has been businesses within Baltimore for over 35 years. As part of this, they service Cyber Security, Facilities Management, Software Development and Tech Consultants.

Technology CPA niche – North Florida CPA – Sexton & Schnoll is a Gainesville FL CPA Firm focused on Technology Consulting, IT Staffing, Technology Security, and Software Development firms. While based in Gainesville near University of Florida, they service clients remotely who actively want a CPA Firm that understands the tech sector.

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Hugh Duffy, BYF CEO and Co-Founder

Hugh is the consummate marketing coach for accountants and takes pride in the impact that it has on their practice, and lives. Hugh has more than thirty years of marketing experience. Since 2003, he has been teaching accountants on how to improve their marketing and make more money from their accounting practice.