SimplyBiz launches campaign to address advice firms' profitability concerns

'Fresh perspectives'

Julia Bahr
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SimplyBiz has introduced a ‘Profitable Business Focus Week’ campaign to support its member firms to run profitable businesses.

The support services firm will provide advisers with practical support and guidance on continuing to run an efficient and profitable business through videos, resources and solutions. The campaign will run until 29 April 2022 and focus on five specific areas across the week, namely, service models and charging, digital engagement, outsourcing, technology and exit strategies. Richard Ardron, marketing director of SimplyBiz, said: "Although recent research from SimplyBiz showed overwhelming positivity from advisers in terms of the future of our profession, there are signs that some firms ac...

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