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  • Our Xerocon 2019 Roundup: What does it Mean for your Business?

    Last month, some of the team travelled down to London for the world’s most beautiful and innovative accounting conference. It was a jam-packed few days of inspiration and learning, and a great opportunity to find out about more pieces of tech we can use to help our clients to grow.  Xero also announced a host…

  • How to Get into Financial Forecasting for your Business

    Let’s face it, business forecasting can be clunky and confusing if you don’t know where to start. And even if you do, it can be pretty inaccessible without the right tools and software. But you shouldn’t have to rely on an accountant or a financial whizz to help you plan for your business. We believe…

  • Christmas Gift Ideas from the AM Community

    We’re lucky enough to work with some really amazing businesses, from brewers to designers. So, we’ve curated a handpicked Christmas list featuring a few of our clients to make your gift shopping a breeze. And what better time to support local and small businesses than Christmas? Read on for our top picks!  For the design…

  • My Review of The Service Design Academy Taster Day

    On Thursday 11th January, I attended the Service Design Academy Taster Day at Dundee & Angus College. The college is really embracing service design and using it to amplify the way they deliver their course content to learners, and their partnership with Open Change is a prime example of the flourishing Service Design innovation that…

  • 3 Part Accountancy Blog Series: The Present

    I’m conscious that this article could read like an obituary, and in many ways that’s exactly what it is. The world of accounting has changed profoundly in the last 25 years. But many accountants are yet to embrace that change, and whilst the old ways of working may have been prosperous for them, their lack…

  • 3 Part Accountancy Blog Series: The Past

    At 9 am on 25th May 1987, I walked into the offices of Turnbull Kemp, Chartered Accountants, in Perth to begin my journey in the world of accounting. I was good at numbers at school, interested in economics and business, and had decided not to go to University, preferring to study on a part-time basis…

  • How to Deliver Amazing Digital Content that Resonates with your Audience

    In a digital culture that is becoming increasingly immersed in the visual, there is more demand than ever for striking online content. The modern day digital conundrum poses the need for creating content that is both engaging and easily accessible for your audience.   The Visual Shift   Five years ago, text posts were the…

  • My First Blog About My Awesome App

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