Meet the Gavrilov Dream Team:
Our New York City Founding Senior Partners
At Gavrilov and Company, you will see that the Senior Partners, Rudy and Diana Gavrilov have based their fun and success not only on making the clients happy, but on keeping their employees and part- time employees happy.
And happy people become super-productive. If this concept sounds vaguely familiar, it’s adapted from the culture established by Google’s business operations.
At Gavrilov and Company, the Gavrilovs, partners in both business and life, acknowledge that their kind of fun happens when their team-members see their clients succeed.
- Founding Partner Rudy Gavrilov states, “We grew our business by leveraging the rapid growth of the Internet.” From the very beginning, through virtual visits, we knew we could bring the accountant to the business. Likewise, we knew we could reach out and go to the tax-challenged individual instead of the other way around. (instead of having them come to us)
- And Founding Partner, Diana adds, “We have fun when we see clients comprehend the reality of better numbers, better business, better bottom line and a better life.–And none of this growth happens without better numbers.”
They knew they had found their niche when they over-heard one of their business clients call them the ‘cool’ accountants.”
The Beginning of Gavrilov and Company:
Rudy and Diana both think of their New York City accounting business as born from friendship. While they were working in their corporate accounting positions, their personal friends and business acquaintances struggled with tax and accounting problems. As time went on, more and more of their circle of friends asked the couple for financial advice or tax consultation.
After a few years, as the couple gained professional accounting experience, they realized almost simultaneously that their friends were demonstrating a common problem: accounting situations became challenging obstacles to business owners. Before we continue the story, let’s take a look at each partner’s background: