Servicing marketing and communications agencies exclusively for over 30 years.
Without the confidence, loyalty and support developed through a personal relationship, how can you expect to trust the advice of an outsider on something as important and as personal as your own business? Vince takes the time to get to know you face to face, both personally and professionally, so that the ad-vice he offers will be customized to your individual business and life goals. Throw in a dose of humour and you’ve got the right navigator to help guide your ship through rough competitive seas.
Vince is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario and has been a CPA, CA in Toronto for over 30 years. He is a commerce graduate of McMaster University and earned his CPA, CA designation while articling at Ernst & Young.
Throughout his career in accounting, Vince has focused his expertise on the marketing and communications industry.
He served on the board of directors for the National Advertising Benevolent Society (N.A.B.S.) as treasurer for eight years, he has written articles for Marketing Magazine, he has been a speaker at agency seminars, and he is the exclusive consultant to Second Wind. This experience combined with a 30-year career working exclusively with the North American marketing and communications industry delivers insight at once vast and focused, resulting in unparalleled financial and organizational ad-vice.
- Vincent founded the only boutique Accounting & Consulting practice in the marketing and communications industry 30 years ago in Toronto.
- In 2002, Vincent Dong became the President of Advantage Software Canada Inc., a sister company to The Advantage Software Corporation (TASC). TASC is a United States-based organization and is the leading provider of agency management systems for medium- to large-sized agencies. Currently, over 400 agencies use Advantage to streamline their day-to-day workflow and manage profitability and productivity.
- In 2007, Vincent opened the first language school in Toronto (L.E.A.P.) unique to teaching foreign-born accounting professionals how to communicate and adapt to the Canadian business culture demands in today's workplace.