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Jonathan Manela of Edge Strategy Group shares key factors to create a business that is capable of growth and that can grow at an exponential rate. Specifically he discusses the importance of bringing in the right people, putting technology and infrastructure in place, and defined processes to create a scalable practice. He then shares many methods for expanding the service offerings of the firm, particularly through leveraging outsourced investment management, and then growing through strategic alliances, acquisitions, and other inorganic growth strategies. Manela also shares how is firm works as a collaborative partner with financial advisors looking to grow by either establishing new profit centers in the firm or by investing and supporting scalable growth and inorganic growth.
Learn more about Edge Strategy Group: https://www.edgepartner.com
Learn more about Kuttin Consulting Group: https://www.kuttinconsultinggroup.com
Submit yourself as a guest for the podcast: https://www.kuttinconsultinggroup.com/quantum-growth-for-advisors-podcast/
Connect with Jon Kuttin on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonkuttin/
Connect with Shennandoah Connor on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shennandoahconnor
Jon Kuttin is a Barron’s Hall of Fame Advisor with 25+ years of experience leading and growing a financial advisory practice. Driven by a mission to build leaders and give back to the financial services industry, Jon launched Kuttin Consulting Group to provide training and consulting services from seasoned practitioners. Jon is skilled at building companies, M&A, leadership, Professional Alliances, Recruiting, and other growth oriented activities. He regular speaks and contributes articles and has been featured in a number of publications including Financial Advisor Magazine. In addition to serving as CEO of Kuttin Consulting Group, Jon serves as a partner in Haydenrock Solutions, a consulting firm helping CPAs build 21st century practices.
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