Joe Reevy was the partner responsible for making his firm the fastest-growing in his region, before realising that building capability for others to do the same was more fun!
He founded www.words4business.com – the leading supplier of ‘firm to client’ articles etc. in the UK – in 1998. The hugely effective legal content management and distribution system – www.legalrss.uk – followed in 2009. This is a uniquely powerful business development platform for law firms, incorporating industry-leading automation of social networking, content management, content distribution and e-newsletter management – saving tens of thousands of hours for hundreds of hard-pressed law firm BD staff annually.
In 2018 another new software development (www.crosselerator.com) was introduced to allow firms to break down their silos and automate their cross-referral processes.
If you want better, faster content and business growth, he’s the guy to call.
He’s a Chartered Accountant, CTA, graduate of Exeter and Southampton Universities and a really helpful chap.
How to use Connectedness and Influence to Build Your Practice FAST! (Why Networking Works)
The best way to sustainable growth at reasonable cost for professional practices is REACH. In this seminar we’ll look at the ways you can do this at low cost and maximum ROI and at some of the best examples of building reach…and some of the things you shouldn’t do (especially with your website). We have used these techniques successfully more several years to build a strong reach: you can too!
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