Following the tremendous success at last year’s ICB Bookkeepers Summit of Paula Veysey-Smith’s lively workshop presentation in which she kicked off the ICBusiness Builder programme, the project is now being rolled out to six UK cities in what will be the first instalment in a nationwide programme.
If you are thinking about starting your own bookkeeping practice, have everything all in place but not sure exactly where to start, or have already got your practice off the ground and now want some real practical advice on how to achieve long lasting success as a bookkeeper, these must-go-to seminars have been designed with you in mind.
Paula Veysey-Smith FICB has definitely been there, done that and proudly wears the ICB tee-shirt, and she is now ready to share her vast experience with you.
The one-day workshops will be jam-packed with practical, interactive and outcome-focussed sessions which will put you very firmly in the driving seat and raring to go.
By the end of the day you will know:
- What sort of bookkeeping business you want
- Your personal and business goals
- Who is your ideal client and how to market to them
- What it is that makes your business unique
- What your clients want to buy
- How much your clients will pay you
- How to make yourself indispensable
Through these confidence-building, very practical workshops, Paula will demonstrate how it’s done and you will learn how to use Paula’s successful strategy to create your own unique presentation skills. Prices for the full-day workshop start from £129 and you can even choose to have a follow-up call with Paula to enjoy an additional one-to-one coaching session to go through your business plan and discuss the next steps to get your bookkeeping business off the ground.
About the venue
- The Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is located a few short steps away from Glasgow Central Railway Station.
- Buchanan Bus Station and Glasgow Queen Street rail station are a less than a 10-minute walk away.
- The 40-minute trains to Edinburgh run from Queen Street Station every 15 minutes.
- Glasgow Airport is 13.4 kilometres from the hotel (about 20 minutes by taxi). When arriving, the airport bus is a quick and affordable option to reach us. Leave the bus at Central Station and take a short walk down Hope Street to find the hotel.
- The M8 and M74 motorways are both just 2 minutes from the hotel.
- Car parking is available nearby at NCP Oswald Street at a discounted rate from hotel reception (includes 1 journey in and out).
From the East, South and North - Exit the M8 at Junction 19 - SECC. At the traffic lights, carry straight on and turn left at the next set of lights onto the Broomielaw. Continue along the Broomielaw through three sets of traffic lights and turn left at the fourth set of lights onto Oswald Street. At the crossroads, turn left onto Argyle Street. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is on your left hand side.
From the West - Exit the M8 at Junction 18 - City Centre. Continue along Bothwell Street at the traffic lights. At the next set of lights turn right onto Wellington Street. Continue down Wellington Street straight through the next two sets of lights onto Robertson Street (the side of the hotel). Arriving at the next set of lights, turn left onto Broomielaw and then left again at the next lights onto Oswald Street. You will see the hotel on your left. Turn left at the lights onto Argyle Street to arrive at the front of the hotel.