I am so excited! I have been nominated for the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards!
When I think about how I got here, I see women who have lifted me up with their expertise and generous sharing of knowledge, and I want to spotlight those incredible people that have stood beside me on this journey.
Today, I am spotlighting Keri Sharp, a Partner at Concept Professional Group Inc. Keri and I work closely as CPGI handles all of Hire Values bookkeeping and tax accounting. I invite you to keep reading and learn more about Keri and her business.
Keri is a partner at Concept Professional Group and accounting professional with over 20 years of experience. She is dedicated to leading a team to provide accurate, professional bookkeeping, tax services and business advice. Keri is an excellent communicator, identifying business development strategies, utilizing multiple software applications (including cloud-based technology) to deliver client services in an efficient and accurate manner. She has a strong commitment to client relations and customer consulting, to assisting clients comprehend accounting terminology and leveraging technology for distributed work environments.
In her spare time, Keri enjoys spending time with her family, wake surfing, biking, and snowboarding,. Her passions are start-ups and anything tech-related.
Who was the greatest influence in your life?
The greatest Influence in my life is my mother. She has always been someone I have admired with her strong work ethic and her capacity to help people. She has the kindest heart and everyone around her loves her.
What book do you recommend?
Traction – Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman
What are you most grateful for in your life?
I am the most grateful for becoming a mother. Its truly the best experience I have ever had in my life. It gives me such a deep sense of purpose and challenges me everyday to be the best I can be.
Why did you choose to be an entrepreneur?
I am a person that loves to be challenged and I enjoy the space it gives me to grow and to be creative. I feel there is no ceiling in the life of an entrepreneur, you really do get out of it what you put into it.
What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given?
Be prepared and never stop learning.