Business. It’s quite simple. It’s other people’s money. – Alexandre Dumas

Now, whether Mr. Dumas was trying to be contemplative or capricious, his words are quite apropos for our presence this week at the California Accounting and Business Show 2012 (#CAB2012) at the LAX Hilton.

We have met people from all over California including CPAs in public practice; CPAs in industry, tax preparers and financial advisors, clients and accounting professionals, small business owners and users of accounting and corporate executives who manage accounting enterprise financial systems.

If anyone knows about other people’s money – it’s this crowd.

Our Affiliate Program Manager, Ryan Weiss says, “A 2011 study found that small business owners trust their CPAs and accountants more than any other person when it came to business advice”.

Dun and Bradstreet Credibility Corp.’s Coach, Concierge and Convention Specialist, Roger Hand, is joining us from the Tucson office agilely helping this specific audience find and add new revenue streams to their existing business by, “…helping to improve their clients’ business credit report and strenghtening how their clients look on paper, so they get the credit rates and terms they deserve”.

We’re certain after spending the last two days at this show that this is the place to learn and network about small business success because the truth is – it’s always someone else’s money. And when you’re running a small business, it’s important to make every cent count. These are the teams of people that are here to help you do that.

Tell us about how your company chooses, manages and maintains relationships with your trusted advisors? 

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