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Strategic Alliances Part 2 - Working with Solicitors and Accountants

Good solid relationships with the right solicitors and accountants can help any business develop a stronger and more profitable proposition for clients. However while many people talk about it how many do it well?

Panacea Adviser and Glassagh Consulting in their next Bright talk TV session will outline the key steps to success in working with Solicitors and Accountants. It will cover:

- Making contact
- The nuts and bolts of working with solicitors and accountants
- The key opportunities not to miss
- Keeping it the relationship going.

This session which will last 45 minutes and is one not to miss and can help any business no matter their experience with strategic alliances.
Recorded Sep 30 2016 37 mins
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Hannah Hutcheon, Panacea Adviser & John Joe McGinley, Glassagh Consulting
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