We talk to business owners every day from a variety of fields including contractors, lawn care and medical professionals, who are all busy trying to build their business. We know that running a business can be difficult but if you have the help of these four business advisors you will be ready for anything.

Business Attorney: They will provide vital assistance in every aspect of your business, from basic zoning compliance, copyright and trademark advice to formal business incorporation, lawsuits and liability.

CPA (Certified Public Accountant): Financial professionals who analyze how money is used by businesses, audit financial statements, serve as consultants for tax, accounting, and financial planning. CPA’s are strategic advisors, beneficial to any company looking to grow or increase their revenue.

PR/Marketing Consultant: This advisor will identify ways to bring in customers, critique copy and marketing material and identify and launch new product opportunities. They also may direct and manage your brand, which includes helping maintain your businesses social media pages.

Collection Agency: They will help your business by collecting your late accounts, allowing you to get paid quicker and save internal costs. They will also give your business advice on having a plan for late accounts and can advise your business on ways to save money.

As your business grows with the help of these advisors you won’t have time to worry about late accounts, so it’s important to work with a reputable collection agency, such as APR to help make a difference in your business.

For more advice on business advisors watch the video below:

Published On: March 18th, 2014Categories: Advice for Businesses

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