Stephen King

Stephen King

Steve is a highly energetic and motivational business leader, entrepreneur and speaker. He also has a passion for helping businesses and nonprofits reach their growth potential. His ability to visualize the future of small business accounting and assemble a highly qualified and motivated team has lead to GrowthForce’s growing success as one of the nation’s largest cloud based bookkeeping, accounting and controller services.

Steve’s experience with accounting system design, technology development, and management services spans nearly three decades. Before opening GrowthForce, he was President of Insperity Financial Management Services division for two years. The division was created from the acquisition of a business called Virtual Growth Incorporated, which Steve founded in 1995 in New York City. Prior to the acquisition by Insperity, Virtual Growth was the nation’s largest outsourced accounting service for small businesses.

Previous to Virtual Growth, Steve spent seven years working for Amnesty International USA. There, he managed the organization’s tremendous growth as its CFO and then honed his fundraising skills as its chief development officer.

His time at Amnesty reinforced Steve’s life-long commitment to giving back to the community through charitable causes. He has been a dedicated board member of many nonprofit organizations, helping them with their finances and fundraising.

When he’s not immersed in helping his clients achieve growth, Steve strives to be a role model to his employees by having the proper work-life balance. Off the clock, Steve is often on the go with this active family, or can be found puttering around his yard looking for ways to help his garden grow.

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Stephen King joins Jim Blasingame to introduce the concept of activity-based payroll as part of your financial management, and how to find the tracking and management tools that will help you.
Stephen King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal breaking down your business’s operation into gross profit centers that you track individually so you can improve both pricing and resource application.
Stephen King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal breaking each job or project into its own financial statement so you can more finely tune the company’s gross profit performance.