COVID-19: How the industry adapted & equipping your firm for the next stage

 

To grasp the full impact of COVID-19 on the accounting industry, we surveyed almost 1,000 accountants across 20 countries. They told us how their firms have been affected, how they are adapting to working remotely, and what they want to see happen next.

In this video, Lachlan and Richard discuss what this survey revealed to us, how your firm can prepare as you shift your gaze to the future, and what can be learned from the accounting firms that transitioned to remote work seamlessly. They are also joined by Adarsh Dutt from Oyster Hub, who shares his own firm's experience.

You'll learn:

  • The key findings from a survey assessing how 1,000 accountants adapted to COVID-19

  • Why most accountants are happier and more productive working at home

  • The regions that experienced the biggest changes

  • Why firms using Karbon experienced a smoother transition to remote work

  • What role Karbon can play in equipping your firm for life after COVID-19

  • How Oyster Hub managed to grow during COVID-19

Lachlan Macindoe Head of Marketing

Lachlan is responsible for our inbound marketing strategy to drive awareness and demand for Karbon which includes everything related to Karbon Magazine. He loves sharing stories, tips and advice to help accounting firms succeed.

Adarsh Dutt Co-founder

Located in Sydney, Australia, Oyster Hub is a fast-growing accounting firm that strives to give its clients more of their most precious commodity—time. During 28 days of the coronavirus pandemic, they managed 350+ new client inquiries and added 42% additional revenue. Adarsh and Oyster Hub received 6 nominations between them in the 2020 Australian Accounting Awards.

Richard Snell Director of Sales, Asia-Pacific

Richard brings almost 20 years of leadership experience working for SaaS companies in the accounting industry including MYOB, QuickFee and Wolters Kluwer. He has a proven record of helping accounting firms leverage technology to grow and improve their business.