How does your firm define itself?
By Kayleigh Padar
From Success to Significance: The Radical CPA Guide
Josh Zweig is the co-founder of LiveCA LLP, a Canadian chartered accounting firm of about 40 people that is run remotely, without a traditional office building. It's all virtual – a work anywhere business. Three years ago, the entire business was just a sole proprietorship; now it is bringing in millions of dollars of revenue.
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The firm’s biggest challenge is recruitment. “For smaller firms that don't have 20 college reps to go down to every school and recruit, it becomes increasingly hard to get word out that there is an alternative here for people,” Zweig said.