About Mike Byrnes

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Mike Byrnes, founder of Byrnes Consulting, works with advisors to help them become even more successful. His expertise is in business planning, marketing strategy, business development, client service and management effectiveness, along with several other areas.

He specializes in helping advisors grow by utilizing the right mix of PR, social media, websites, events, direct mail, emails, marketing collateral, advertising, research and sales.

He is well known for his presentations that he gives to advisors across the country.

Along with contributing to InvestmentNews and being one of our go to “Experts”, Mike provides content for several industry publications (e.g. Financial Planning, On Wall Street, and Bank Investment Consultant, RIABiz, Transitions Magazine, RIA Central Magazine, etc.) and for numerous online communities.

Mike graduated from Boston College's Wallace E. Carroll Graduate School of Management, attaining his MBA. He also graduated from Saint Michael's College, achieving a BS in Business Administration.

To learn more, visit ByrnesConsulting.com

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