Extra Mile: Why networks must help advisory firms grow

Networks should adopt a personal and holistic approach

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A truly effective network should actively help businesses to grow, writes Ahmed Bawa

Things like maintaining compliance, providing training opportunities and generating leads are the minimum anyone should expect from a network, but it can be so much more than that. A truly effective network should actively help businesses to grow. We know that being self-employed can be a lonely business and it's so easy to get bogged down in the day-to-day case load. The cases might be pouring in, but where are you headed? Where do you want to be in two years, five years? What's the end goal? Even if you do have a vision, you might not know how to get there. Business growth often...

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