Our final speaker Q&A for 2018 features Adrian Sproston, director — accountant division at Sage. In his opening day Keynote session, he’ll be joined by Michael Office, Sam Carter and Martin Tregonning to discuss how to ‘Be Ready for Making Tax Digital with Sage’. (more…)
From the announcement of important company takeovers, to soaring visitor numbers and boxing glove freebies, Accountex packed a big punch in 2018. (more…)
Thousands of accountants and finance professionals from across the UK will be heading to London this week, over 23-24 May – as Accountex returns to...
Accountex – the UK’s flagship event for the accountancy and finance profession, has released its exhibitor show highlights for 2018. Returning to London ExCeL next...
Accountex – the UK’s biggest and busiest accountancy exhibition and conference, is set to welcome over 7,000 attendees to ExCeL London on 23-24 May. Many...
Accountex – the UK’s flagship event for the accountancy and finance profession, has unveiled its headline Keynote speakers for 2018. Among the industry leaders now...
Our next Q&A features Glenn Collins, head of technical advisory at ACCA UK. In addition to co-hosting an ACCA Update on opening day, he’ll be heading up a Keynote panel debate on the changing face of the accountancy practice and the growing importance of technology and strategies to deliver maximum business success. (more…)
Our latest Accountex speaker Q&A features Dominic Allon, VP Europe at Intuit QuickBooks (and a former MD at Google Hong Kong). (more…)
Our next Q&A features Kath Haines, Chief Executive of CABA — the charity that supports the well-being of the chartered accountancy community. She’ll be appearing in an exclusive Keynote panel session discussing the key challenges facing women in finance. (more…)
Our next Q&A features Samantha Mann, senior policy & research officer at cipp (Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals). She’ll be giving an essential legislative update in the Business & Finance Theatre on both days of the show, sharing the latest information on the Minimum Wage, IR35, Automatic Enrolment and PAYE. (more…)
Next up in our speaker Q&A series is Richard Bearman, head of small business UK at HSBC Bank, who’ll be discussing the ‘Future of Banking’ at the show. He and his team are responsible for 650,000 small trading businesses and a further 200,000 entities, including charities, clubs and societies. He’s worked at HSBC in the […]
Our next Q&A features Amanda Chadwick, senior presenter at Croner. For over twenty five years, she’s helped tens of thousands of business owners with everyday issues in employment law and health and safety law. In her opening day Keynote, she’ll be discussing some of the recent legislation changes that businesses need to be aware of […]
Next up in our speaker Q&A series is Xero’s Director of Partners Damon Anderson. A leader in fintech with over 15 years’ experience delivering digital marketing and payments technology, he’ll be sharing his insights into the rise of automation and how accountants of the future can leverage technology to become truly connected advisors. (more…)
Next up in our Q&A series is tax specialist Rebecca Benneyworth MBE, an ICAEW chartered accountant and chair of the Digital Advisory Group advising HMRC on making tax digital. In her Keynote at the show, she’ll be outlining ‘Making Tax Digital work for you’, including how to start converting clients to digital recordkeeping, plans for the VAT […]
Next up in our speaker Q&A series is incoming ICAEW president Paul Aplin OBE. He intends to make embracing digital technology a key theme for his year in office, and will be using his Keynote at Accountex to discuss the challenges and opportunities he sees ahead, for accountants in practice, for clients and for the […]