On this podcast interview with Luke Smith of his firm Purpose (the first of 2), you'll hear Luke describe in detail what he says, what he does, how he says it and how he does it to earn the right to charge an average fee across all of of clients in excess of £20,000.
So why not join me on this HumaniseTheNumbers.online podcast and hear what Luke has to say about how he does a brilliant job of working with these clients and also demonstrates the value that his firm delivers to his clients.
I hope you enjoy the podcast.
"The minimum entry is quarterly management accounts and board meetings. Otherwise, we're not that interested. So minimum fees, probably around 10, 11 grand, something like that.
If you're a million quid business and I can find your 2%, we've got you your money back - I've never not found 2%.
That's why the turnover has to be relatively high, because the margin of error, the sensitivity of that 2% . Most of the time you have a pricing conversation, which is 6% and with that you've done three years fees."
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Overview of Purpose
How are Purpose's clients stronger?
What roles do Purpose's staff take?
Making the transition into advisory work
How is your advice credible?
What am I getting for my money?
How does it get so personal?
Winning advisory fees
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