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I recently attempted something new, and much to my surprise looking back on the experience, I felt much of the same as I have in my fledgling business.
For those of you who don’t know me as well as you’d like, let it be known that I am a fan of a well-made beer. I have always found a great one to be a thing of mystery, as there are so many subtle flavors and complexities that go into the overall experience. And as humans, we are stuck with a desire to unravel mysteries. Neil Armstrong said it best: Read more
This post is adapted from a presentation I gave at Xerocon Denver 2015. In it, I talked about the progression our economy has made from agrarian, to industrial, to service, to knowledge, to what I believe is here in some industries, and now surfacing in the accounting industry — the creative economy. See this link if you’d like to read the full text.
If you look at our nation’s history, you’ll notice the progression from survival (agrarian economy), to possessions (industrial economy), to freed up time (services economy), to intellectual pursuits (knowledge economy). Some of you may recognize the parallel to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. I suggest we as a society, and as an economy, are moving our way up that hierarchy. Read more
GoingConcern.com recently posted a great conversation with Jessica Mah, CEO of InDinero. Mah is in a business pivot, and the ramifications to the professional accounting space are foundational. In this article, we’ll explore her thoughts on changing InDinero into a service-based software company, as well as what firms can do to make their own pivots in the future.
I’m sure you’ve heard of SaaS, Software as a Service. But SwaS, or Software with a Service, is becoming ever popular among entrepreneurs. This new model of business is all about building a piece of software, but using that piece of software internally to provide a service to your market place externally. We all know that selling services for $1,500/month is much more lucrative than selling software for only $20/month (maybe). The trick is to make the SaaS product scale, fast. At least, that is what the investors, angels, and VCs are hoping for when they invest in SaaS model businesses.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thriveal Launches an Incubator for Accounting Entrepreneurs
By Jason Blumer, CPA
June 15, 2015
Greenville, SC – The Thriveal Network announces the launch of its Incubator, a year-long program to foster the creation of creative firms and creative firm owners. The first of its kind, the Incubator program seeks to continue the global mission of Thriveal to change the accounting profession into one of high value entrepreneurs.