Here’s the interview:
Part 2 – The Conclusion
Please join me on Monday June 4, 2012 at 5pm Pacific time for a Live Interview with Douglas Sleeter, President/CEO at The Sleeter Group, Inc.
Back in 2007 I realized that the landscape was changing in terms of how businesses would acquire new clients. Up until then I had done very well getting clients off of craigslist, but I was growing weary of the $25/hour hacks out there who had bought QuickBooks at staples and hung up their “bookkeeping services” sign. So I joined the Burbank Chamber of Commerce. It was then that I first heard of The Sleeter Group. Someone had called me from the Chamber asking me about my practice. It was during this conversation that he asked me if I had heard of The Sleeter Group. I informed him that I had not and it stood out for me because he went on to explain that it was a group of people who had “..taken the QuickBooks Kool-Aid..”
Since that time I became much better acquainted with The Sleeter Group well enough to be shocked and flattered when Doug Sleeter himself reached out to me on twitter and asked if we could connect. I spoke with him on the phone and among other things we discussed doing this interview. So I am honored to have this opportunity to bring this interview to you. Here is some more background information about Douglas:
The Sleeter Group is a community of experts who provide consulting services to small business owners in the accounting software and business process design areas. Our experts provide the critical glue (consulting and implementation services) that connects technology solutions to the needs of small business clients.
Our target market is small businesses employing fewer than 20 people and with less than $7 million in revenue.