Marketing Your Fraud Examination Practice
While a common assumption is that marketing equates to purchasing advertisements, that is, in fact, only one aspect of the process. Marketing involves any activity that presents your practice to potential clients in a manner that communicates the value of your services and leads them to choose your business.
This course offers guidance to develop a marketing strategy for your fraud examination practice. Whether you have an established operation that you are looking to expand or you are getting ready to strike out on your own, marketing is key to any successful fraud examination practice.
- Tips for identifying services you should offer
- Insights for identifying your potential customers
- Legal and ethical considerations for advertising your practice
- Differences between advertising and public relations
- Tips for making your business relationships last
Table of Contents
|Lesson 1||Identify Your Services|
|Lesson 2||Identifying Your Potential Clients|
|Lesson 4||Public Relations|
|Lesson 6||Integrating Marketing into Your Business Plan|
|NASBA Information:||Communications and Marketing|
|Last Updated:||August 2023|
|Delivery Method:||QAS Self-Study|
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