Louisville, Ky. (Aug 4, 2003) -- Alliott Group, a worldwide accounting firm association, wants to help local CPA firms with executive level planning, training and implementation programs in leadership, management, and practice development through its new Reeb/Alliott Center for CPA Firm Transformation.

The center is geared towards Alliott Group member firms in North America. Its curriculum includes executive level programs delivered in a variety of formats such as intensive two- and three- day workshops, facilitated sessions at Alliott Group leadership forums, and one–on-one consultations with individual firms.

In establishing the center, Alliott Group has partnered with Bill Reeb, CPA and experienced consultant in the areas of organization, automation, and revenue generation.

“Local CPA firms everywhere are dealing with similar critical issues,” said Reeb. “We are building a resource center that provides solutions to those critical business issues.”

Alliott Group consists of 120 firms with more than 200 offices located in 60 countries across North and South America, Australia, Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

“The firms in Alliott Group are very strong in the traditional practice areas of accounting, audit and tax,” said Jon Meyer, Chair of Alliott Group and Managing Partner of Louisville, Ky-based CPA firm Jones, Nale & Mattingly. “Our vision for the center is to put the best tools and information into the hands of CPAs—proven, effective strategies and processes – and then leverage the collective talents of the organization’s members to take the firms to a higher level of success.”

-- WebCPA staff

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