In Fishbowl’s new QuickBooks & More video series, we’ve already covered three key topics:
What QuickBooks is
3 reasons to use QuickBooks
While those have all been incredibly helpful, today’s topic is of even more immediate concern. After all, what is the point of talking about the accounting software if you don’t know if you can afford it? Even if an accounting solution is extremely popular with other small businesses, is it within your price range? That is what we are going to find out in the video below. Instead of asking this question rhetorically, we’ll answer it! And then you can see for yourself if the cost justifies the purchase.
Fishbowl’s QuickBooks & More video series is just getting started, and we’ve already covered some intriguing topics:
What QuickBooks is
And there’s a lot more to talk about! For example, why should your business use QuickBooks? Sure, it’s a great accounting solution for many small businesses. But what about yours? In case you’ve been asking that question, we have the answer for you! Of course, we don’t know exactly your situation. However, you’ll still find a lot of valuable information in this video. Indeed, it will help you narrow down your options and decide if QuickBooks is a good fit for you. Then you’ll be able to make an informed decision.
Let’s not waste another moment. Check out this video. In addition, we included highlights from it in written form below.
Beverly Lang is back to talk about an important topic for all accountants and businesses: What Is QuickBooks? Of course, Beverly has a lot of experience on this topic. She is the Senior Director of Integrated Services at Fishbowl. And she has more than 25 years of experience working with QuickBooks.
This is the second one in Fishbowl’s new QuickBooks & More series. If you’d like to see all the great information we’ve packed into these videos, just click the link above. Also, you can watch the video below. Without further ado, let’s press forward in talking about what QuickBooks is and why it’s so important to your business.
There’s a new video series from Fishbowl that is geared toward QuickBooks users. It’s called QuickBooks & More, and it is packed with expert answers to all sorts of questions. If you want to know how to use the accounting software, what features it has to offer, and what the difference is between QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Desktop, then this series is for you!
Vince DeAngelis is 34-year veteran of the shipping and mailing industry who joined Shippo in January 2021 as its Vice President of Global Carrier Partnerships.
Before that, he spent 10 years at Quadient where he managed all aspects of their carrier partnerships, as well as shipping product and program management and U.S. based R&D.
DeAngelis spent the first 20 years of his career working for the United States Postal Service. His roles at the USPS included Manager of Ad Mail Sales Development in Windsor, Connecticut, and Regional Director of the New York Sales Center before being named National Director of Sales and Business Development and Director of Brand Management, Value Added and Special Services, in Washington D.C.
Felix Baca is Weave’s Director of Demand. He has worked with enterprise software companies, startups, and numerous ecommerce brands. He believes an introduction to a great brand, product, or piece of software has the potential to change a person’s life for the good.
With a proven track record of what it takes to be successful in the ever-evolving paid social channel, he is going to deliver insights into how to get your Facebook and Instagram marketing set up and running efficiently.
Dawn Brolin is the President & CEO of Powerful Accounting. The accounting community has been suffering for the past 18 months, and small businesses have been feeling that same pain and relying on them to survive the pandemic. She decided to ensure her Connecticut firm would thrive during COVID-19 by putting the right technology in place.
Her books, The Designated Motivator and The Designated Motivator for Accounting Professionals, are designed to give businesspeople the push they need right now. Although we can’t tell the future, we can help clients glide over speedbumps as they come up by presenting them with the best-of-breed technologies now, not later.
Matt Frisbie started his career at the Walt Disney Company in entertainment as a performer in high school and college, working his way into the Entertainment Art Department for seven years. With the skills and brand positioning he learned at Disney, he began a stint in independent film, working with development houses, such as The Juniper Sequence, Georgeville Entertainment, and Paramount CBS.
Once his production and storytelling skills developed, he joined forces with marketing creatives to start a brand-consulting firm called Art+War, which he ran for the next 10 years until going in house with his largest client, Little Giant Ladders in Springville, Utah.
Frisbie is the Chief Marketing Officer at Little Giant Ladders, tasked with taking the legacy ladder company to #1 in its industry. He’s built a large team of creatives and advertisers to change the industry and excite customers with unique products and innovative community-building strategies.
Joe Hansen is a seasoned entrepreneur and business executive and the CEO & Founder of Buy Box Experts. He cofounded and sold four other companies prior to starting Buy Box Experts in 2013, quickly growing it into one of the most profitable and invaluable digital performance marketing agencies for merchants on Amazon.
In 2015, he also co-founded the PROSPER Show with James Thomson where they were responsible for growing the business from a two-person startup to the largest U.S.-based educational conference for Amazon Sellers. The company was successfully sold to Emerald Expositions (NYSE: EEX) at the end of 2017.
Hansen developed The Marketplace Flywheel®, a proprietary brand and revenue optimization process that the Buy Box Experts team of 200+ employees use to create quick and long-term growth for brands on Amazon.
Want to know how to grow your business and brands on various ecommerce marketplaces, particularly Amazon? Hansen has the answers you’re seeking.
Brian Hayes joined NOW CFO as a consultant in 2014 and quickly became a partner in the firm. He was instrumental in opening new markets in San Antonio and Austin, Texas. He then became a Regional Partner in the Salt Lake City, Utah office with responsibilities managing offices in Utah, Idaho, Nevada, and Arizona. In May 2021, he was promoted to Chief Financial Officer of NOW CFO and manages all accounting and finance functions for NOW CFO and its offices nationwide.
Hayes has worked in multiple industries, providing accounting and financial leadership. He started in the structural fumigation industry where he was responsible for financial and operational management in San Diego, California. He moved to Utah in 2012 and shortly thereafter, started his own accounting firm and was quickly hired by a client to become their controller and operations manager. His influence was key in helping to negotiate a large purchase and merger of a fruit processing facility in Brazil. During this time, he completed his education.
His experience includes price modeling, inventory management, nonprofit accounting, land development, construction accounting, cash-flow management, financial statement preparation, as well as managing and growing businesses through mentorship and sales leadership.
He attended Colorado Technical University in Colorado Springs and obtained his Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting and his MBA in Finance.