This industry has undergone a transformation that has not only been as fast-changing as any other industry in the world but also one whose changes have been deeply radical.
This is an industry where people are the new stars. The quality of human resources can put fledgling new organisations ahead in the league table of established media businesses. The traditional operators have to adapt quickly either by a realignment of staff education or the acquisition of fresh new talent.
Whilst the experienced entrepreneurs in this field are still valuable and are now busy assessing new revenue streams such as content distribution and affiliate marketing, one senses that the marriage between the old and the new will need considerable handholding.
By the very nature of the transformation there aren’t many accountancy firms that can boast significant experience. of this. As Accountancy Marketers of the Year in 2011, TGS can demonstrate its commitment to these new technologies in their own operation.
Film, music, news, publishing, marketing and advertising are all industry sectors that TGS has experience with and as such can provide the range of accountancy services needed for compliance and the business advice required for the new global era.
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