At EGP, we consider our marketing department as another step in raising the bar of customer satisfaction. Feedback from our clients, as well our community, is crucial for strengthening the business and personal relationships we have built over the years. Raising the bar seemed to be a straight forward concept in terms of client communication and customer satisfaction.
In February of 2007, we accomplished this task by adding an in-house marketing and client services director to our team of professionals, Holly Fish. With a specialist in place, we are now able to focus on marketing, public relations and the number one priority, taking care of our clients needs. Although tax and audit services remain a constant, the skill sets of today's accounting professionals, as well as the services they provide, have truly broken the mold in the accounting industry.
Holly is a marketing and business growth specialist who assists EGP, PLLC with all aspects of client service, client satisfaction, business development, Public Relations and marketing. She has a strong business, sales and marketing background, which includes over 14 years accounting and information technology consulting experience. One of the important roles for Holly is to take these consulting services to the market which requires Holly to be very active in many philanthropy and community involved events on both a personal and business level, hold many board, committee, and chair positions as well as run a few networking organizations she single handily created for this market place. Her community and committee involvement was noted by being named Women in Business Champion of the Year of 2010 by the U.S. Small Business Administration of Arkansas. Her community and committee history includes: Voted one of the top most powerful women in Arkansas for volunteerism by AY magazine, Founder of Women in Networking (WIN) of Central Arkansas, Secretary and Board member of the Argenta Downtown Council, Secretary of the Pulaski County Public Facilities Board, Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization of North Little Rock, Board member of Women in Networking of NWA, Board member of the Arkansas Arthritis Foundation, Minority and Business Women's Committee of the Little Rock Chamber, Tax and Legislative Committee of the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce, Creator of Summer Socialites Business Networking Group of North/Little Rock, Construction and Developers Committee of NWA, Habitat for Humanity, Jones Center For Families and Children, and PAC, Professional Advisory Committee for Children's Hospital, Women's Financial Exchange (WFE) of Dallas Founder of F.A.C.E (Fun Assorted Charity Events) of Dallas, . Most of her professional working career has been spent in Dallas, Texas, Austin, Texas, Fayetteville, AR and Little Rock, Arkansas.
- Women In Networking of Central Arkansas: Founder
- Communities 4 Cause: Co-Founder
- Arkansas Society of CPA's: Coordinator
- Argenta Downtown Council: Vice Chairman
- Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame: Vice Chairman
- Pulaski County Public Facilities Board: Secretary
- Socialite Bus. Networking Group: Creator
- Big Brothers and Sisters of Central Arkansas: Big Sister
- Voted one of the top most powerful women for volunteerism in Arkansas