with Kathleen O’Toole, Partner & CMO of PKF O’Connor Davies
Welcome to the 3rd season of the Amplify podcast – powered by AAM! This season is all about strategic planning and how firms can maximize their growth as they plan for the future.
In this episode, host Angie Grissom, Owner and Chief Relationship Officer of The Rainmaker Companies talks with Kathleen O’Toole, Partner and CMO of PKF O’Connor Davies about the impact of marketing on accounting firm operations.
Kathleen is a multifaceted marketing and communications professional with extensive experience in driving market share and revenue increases at leading financial and professional services companies. You don’t want to miss this insightful conversation and learn from an accomplished accounting firm leader.
About Our Guest:
Kathleen O’Toole is Partner and CMO of PKF O’Connor Davies. She is a multifaceted marketing and communications professional with extensive experience in driving market share and revenue increases at leading financial and professional services companies. Her proven ability to initiate creative marketing, communications and business development programs has delivered immediate results for her firm. She has expertise in both B2B and B2C strategy, analysis and solutioning. She is described as a frequent company “firefighter” with demonstrated success in building and leading teams to achieve and exceed performance objectives. Kathleen is a leader, collaborator, relationship and consensus builder, entrepreneurial, comfortable with ambiguity, persistent, and enthusiastic.
About Your Host:
Angie Grissom is Owner and Chief Relationship Officer of The Rainmaker Companies. Angie leads the firm in building major strategic alliances and national networks to advance professional services. Her role involves high-level strategy, thought leadership, consulting, and program and curriculum development. She transforms clients’ lives through innovation, goal setting, coaching, training, and accountability development.
Angie is a frequent speaker, writer, and contributor to the profession and is consistently recognized as one of the most influential people in the accounting industry.