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Ann H. Smith, CPA

5962 Zebulon Road, Suite 241, Macon, GA 31210

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You need a speaker. Not some former Fortune 500 manager who spent his business life climbing the corporate ladder until the last merger moved him into motivational speaking!

You don't want a pep rally--you want practical advice from someone who has run a successful small business and helped others run theirs. You want someone who can talk to small business owners about the issues they face every day.
  • How to motivate employees without a Fortune 500 salary . . .
  • How to spend time growing your business instead of just staying ahead of the ringing telephone . . .
  • How to handle problem customers without running off your good customers . . .
  • How to create a business that runs without you . . .
Someone whose out of the box ideas have resulted in numerous awards and recognitions. Someone for whom small business is all she does . . . not someone who has never had to sweat making payroll on Friday!

Someone like Ann Smith . . .
Not your typical CPA, Ann Smith’s combined past experience as owner of an accounting firm and a college instructor provide her the understanding of the issues of running a business and the ability to reach an audience in an engaging and entertaining fashion.  She specializes in working with small business owners, offering outsourced CFO services as well as also customer service training, systems development, and other support that small businesses need.

A popular keynote and workshop speaker, Ann’s down to earth presentation style and practical approach to the issues facing small businesses, including professional practices, consistently earn her high marks on participant evaluations. She writes a regular column in The Macon Telegraph that focuses on small business matters.

Ann makes complex issues understandable in her seminars.  Speaking from a real world perspective and her own actual experiences, she actively engages audience participation.  Ann clearly enjoys what she does. Participants leave her workshops saying “now that makes sense!”
—Carol McDonell, Chair,
    Georgia Women Entrepreneurs Network