THE FABULOUS MEMBER DEVELOPMENT DAY – AND OUR MDD PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS
One of the key drivers in creating the foundation for rapid growth across the BforB Network was to build in personal and professional development support for our members – who are often time or cash poor, with access to this kind of support often pushed to the back of the priority pile.
We knew that for our members to be truly successful, it was more than teaching them how to build great referral networks; it was about providing inspiration for the tough times; about hearing from highly successful entrepreneurs; and about learning from leaders in their field of expertise.
And most importantly – to ALWAYS deliver these extraordinary events at NO COST to our members.
The first Member Development Day (MDD) was an outstanding success in October 2017 at the fabulous Hilton Hotel in Surfers Paradise (a highlights video is available here), and the second is now scheduled for March 17 in Brisbane.
MEMBER DEVELOPMENT DAY SUPPORTERS
Spend Your Time Wisely, Enjoy The Moments That Count.
Time is how we measure our world, capturing every moment and experience we encounter. WMS understands this, so we do things a little differently and spend our time with you to help understand, influence, and build upon your business and life, so that you can make the very best of the world around you.
Time is precious and should be spent doing the things that count. WMS understands this and takes a different approach to learn, advise and build upon your professional and personal life so you can make the most of your life.
WMS was established in May 1994 and has grown into one of the Gold Coast’s largest professional firms. Our leadership team, combined with the expertise and diversity in our staff, has created the firm’s strong reputation and made it the first class practice that it is today. With our six partners, we now have approximately 60 staff and were ranked by BRW as the 64th largest accounting firm in Australia in 2013, and as the 3rd fastest growing firm in Australia in 2007.