We’re constantly looking for the latest trends and innovations for our conference agendas. Aligned with this, in 2020 we bring you a host of new conferences, to keep up with the changing finance and accounting ecosystem.
A CFO is known for being reliable and a problem solver. In the new age of digital technology, CFO’s also need to be bold. Get a glimpse into the future role of the finance team and build strategies to ensure that you and your team are future proof.
Bookkeeping is enjoying a renaissance in a cloudrun world. How are bookkeepers keeping up with the pace of change? What are the hottest new services that your clients secretly need? How can you find more ways to be relevant and valued by your clients?
Anyone who runs an SME knows that streamlining operations is half the battle. Check out the latest ideas for automating product development and delivery and slimming down or powering up the back office.
Peek over the horizon and meet the next wave of accounting and finance technology trends racing to refresh the way we work. You will find buckets of innovation to supercharge your strategy for this year and beyond.
The new year is just around the corner, but it’s the legislation in the past 12 months that you need to know about. Discover the headline changes that matter and get the latest ideas for running a highperforming tax practice.
Define your dreams, write up that plan, and hold course until you make it. SMEs need all the help they can get to make it. See how businesses use commercial intelligence to find the shortcuts to success, and to ultimately discover what is the best strategy for your business.
What is the perfect practice? It might be better quality clients, or more meaningful engagements, and its likely more efficient process and more profits. Find out how to create your perfect firm from definition to implementation and realisation in 2020.
Treasurers worldwide are looking to use treasury tech to simplify treasury functions. Implemented in the right way, today’s treasury technology offers unprecedented opportunity to achieve simplicity, operational efficiency and control. A lack of technology or partially implemented technology, on the other hand, can have the opposite effect of creating unnecessary complexity and loss of control.
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