Making It Work: Accountant Online sees equal value in giving a helping hand
Accountant Online founder Larissa Feeney knows how difficult it can be starting a business, but her online platform aims to make it a little easier
Larissa Feeney is all too familiar with the challenges of starting a new business on your own.
The founder of Accountant Online started out in 2011 as a sole trader. Nine years on, she has about 2,000 clients and employs close to 40 people in Ireland and overseas. But the path to growth has not always been easy.
“Those initial months after you set up a business can be really daunting. I remember trying to be all things...
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