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Deeper Weekend 2014

Succession Planning with Eric Majchrzak

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Show Notes:

In Episode 118, Jason Blumer and Greg Kyte welcome Eric Majchrzak to the show.  Succession planning feels heavy and something we think we will have time to do later.  However, it is never too early to start and takes a lot of strategy to think through.  Eric is currently working through a succession plan at his firm BeachFleischman and shares advice based on his journey.

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Audio Engineering by: Shane McMullin

Produced by: Lorin Hamilton

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This month’s guest: Eric Majchrzak

Eric Majchrzak is the CEO-elect and chief marketing & strategy officer for Arizona-based BeachFleischman PC, a “Top 200 Largest Firm in the U.S.” He is responsible for the firm’s overall strategic growth initiatives, including innovation, business model transformation, product/service development, M&A, joint ventures and marketing. He likes collaborating with firms, organizations and his peers inside and outside the accounting profession. Eric has been named multiple times to Accounting Today Magazine’s list of the “Top 100 Most Influential People” in the profession. In 2018, he was inducted into the Association for Accounting Marketing’s (AAM) “Hall of Fame” and was the recipient of the “Bruce Marcus Lifetime Fellowship” award. He was acknowledged for his contributions in changing the way accounting firms practice marketing and was credited with helping lead the accounting marketing profession into the digital and social media age. In 2015, he was named AAM’s “Marketer of the Year” by Inside Public Accounting.

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