Feedsy on the IPA Tour

March was a busy month for the Feedsy crew who joined the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) national tour. Feedsy are a proud supporter and sponsor of the IPA.

The tour provides Feedsy a chance to catch up with friends, meet new ones and share some tips to help IPA members with their marketing and client communications.

Feedsy Steve (pictured far right) and Heather (far left) started the 2018 tour at the IPA Victoria Congress, 1-2 March 2018 in beautiful Lorne. Here, Steve gave a presentation on Social Media for Small Business.

During the conference Petris Lapis (pictured second from the left above) taught us that we are only issued with so many spoons every day, spoons give us the energy and motivation to get a lot of things done. If you are running low and using all of your spoons due to taking on the burdens of your day, you can choose some healthy options like diet or exercise to top up, or drink lots of coffee and borrow spoons from tomorrow. šŸ™‚

A week later, Steve was in Paramatta for the NSW & ACT Public Practice Symposium where he again presentedĀ Social Media for Small Business.

The IPA goes out-out their way to provide a meaningful educational platform, a few laughs and bring members together in a wonderfully friendly environment. It was also great to meet this beautiful lady at the Feedsy stand while having a coffee. The words ā€œfamily cultureā€ are often used by IPA members.

On the 14th of March, it was Gavin’s turn to join the IPA tour at the Port Lincoln Forum.

Gavin gave a presentationĀ How to Grow the Value of Clients (the journey method).

A surprising highlight at the home of the great white shark was David Bates (from Harmers Workplace Lawyers) turning what could have been the most boring session into the most interesting and entertaining – simply titledĀ National Employment Standards.

Now, if you haven’t attended an IPA event then you would have missed out on seeing Petris Lapis in action. Petris is IPA’s resident MC who does an awesome job keeping delegates engaged with energising min-activities between speakers and enthusiastic introductions. She also gave an entertaining presentation on Supercharged Communication Skills.

A big shout out to Shannon Wilkie, Elise Halloran, Vicki Adams, Jane Soper, Catherine Cleary, Vicki Stylianou and Michelle Flood for getting us all organised and making life easy for everyone.


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