Stellar Marketing Efforts / Thought Leadership

WS+B Voices

Bill Morrison (partner) conducted a webinar for Business Valuation Resources (BVR) on March 7 on “Being a Court Appointed Accountant.” Excellent demonstration of expertise!

Bill Sansone (partner) participated on two panels at the March 15 NJ State Bar Association Solo and Small-Firm Conference, discussing the topics of “The Top 10 Must-Have’s to Start your Law Firm Practice” and “How to Bill Your Clients and Get Paid.” Really great!

Barry Shapiro (partner) was one of 11 CPAs who carved out a bit of time to help the general public with their tax questions when they called in to the Asbury Park Press annual hotline set up on March 16. Way to give back, Barry!

Michelle Morris (senior) was part of a prestigious panel of young professionals at the Turnaround Management Association NJ Chapter’s educational program, “The Top Three Ways to Get to the Top” held at Seton Hall University on March 18 and directed towards college and MBA students and other young professionals. An excellent way to pay it forward!

Jennifer Safeer (senior manager) presented the Healthcare niche’s monthly webinar on March 19, “Navigating the Schedule K-1.” Excellent thought leadership, Jenn!

Theresa Richardson (partner) served as a panelist at Raritan Valley Community College’s recent program, “Building Leadership Builds Community,” part of a yearlong series that brings leaders to the College campus to share their thoughts and experiences with the RVCC student body and the general public. Very nice!

Ed Mendlowitz (partner) continues to be a master of marketing, being quoted in Inc. Magazine’s recent article, “The Taxman Cometh, For Bitcoin!” Another article, “36 Tax Filing Errors to Avoid” was also picked up on TheStreet.com and other news outlets. Well done, Ed!

The attendees at the Atlantic Builder’s Convention on March 26 got a double-dose of WS+B with Tony Panico (partner) joining a panel discussion on “Current Issues Affecting Your Business” specifically related to the Affordable Care Act, and Sarah Cirelli (marketing manager) as part of a panel discussion on “The Great Marketing Debate – Digital and Not So Digital.” Good job!

Jim Decker (partner) and Kevin Margiatto (senior manager) co-presented the Not-for-Profit niche’s monthly webinar, “Overview of OMB Revised Regulations,” on March 27. Great team work!

A special congrats goes out to the staff of the Princeton office who support Millhill Child and Family Development with philanthropic efforts throughout the year, as the not-for-profit organization recognized Withum as Corporate Honoree at its recent annual fundraising event.  Wonderful news!

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