FinalytiQHangout: Codepotato’s Gareth on Adviser Website That Actually Win Clients

 

Set your reminders for 12:00pm on Wednesday, 6th Feb to join us for the next hangout!

My guest for this session  is  Gareth Thompson of Codepotato, a specialist web agency for financial advisory firms.

Gareth

Armed with his spudtacular  ‘webignition’ services,  Gareth has rescued many advisers’ websites from the doldrums and dullness that plagued  industry websites for many years.

He now has  some of leading  some of leading  firms as clients and he’s been appointed a preferred supplier by service provider ThreeSixty.

In this session, I’ll talk Gareth about what makes a great financial advisory website, the latest trends in online  marketing and some of the exciting projects he’s worked on in the last few months.

Feel free to drop your questions for Gareth in the comments below or on twitter with the tag #finalytiqhangout.

 

 

How To Join The Hangout

Check out  my Google+ profile or follow me on Twitter @AbrahamOnMoney for the link to watch the On Air broadcast.

 

NB

FinalytiQHangout is a live session on G+Hangout where I talk to advisers, providers and others professionals within the industry on a range of  hot topics and issues that are relevant to advisers.  You can  see videos of previous sessions here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abraham Okusanya
Director
Abraham is the founder of FinalytiQ, a research consultancy for platforms, asset managers, and advisory firms. Recognised as one of the country’s leading experts in retirement income, platforms and investment propositions, Abraham has authored several papers on these subjects and delivered talks to the Personal Finance Society, The FCA and several conferences across the country.

He holds a Master’s degree from Coventry University and an alphabet soup of qualifications, including the Investment Management Certificate, Chartered Financial Planner, CFP and Chartered Wealth Manager designations. He was one of 5 finalists for the Professional Advisers Personality of Year Award 2015 but the award went to a more deserving winner, obviously!

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