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PODCAST: All about Jeff Phillips and Accountingfly (Playing Above the Line)

On April 9, 2019, Jeff Phillips, CEO of Accountingfly joined Playing Above the Line’s podcast, click here to listen.

Jeff Phillips is an entrepreneur and business leader who has spent the last 19 years in the recruitment industry. He is currently a Co-Founder and CEO of Accountingfly, an online recruitment platform that matches accountants and bookkeepers with full time, remote and freelance jobs. He is also a partner and advisor to Elefant, a practice management and technology training company for modern accounting firms. Jeff was previously with Monster.com where he delivered recruitment solutions for Fortune 1,000 clients. He was named among the Top 100 Most Influential People by Accounting Today for 3 consecutive years.

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