Accountex 2016 – Returning for a fifth great year!
By Diversified Communications UK
Wednesday 11th May marks the return of Accountex to London ExCeL. Thanks to its focus on new innovations and expert training opportunities, this popular two-day event has garnered a loyal (and ever-increasing) following among thousands of accountancy firms, finance directors, MDs, accounts managers, tax professionals, and sole practitioners looking to improve the way that they work and do business.
With a free CPD accredited seminar programme with over 150 separate sessions, over 100 of the industry’s top experts speaking on the full spectrum of issues facing the industry, across 13 dedicated show theatres, a workshop programme and nearly 200 of the industry’s leading suppliers and supporters exhibiting, it has rapidly established itself as by far the most important event for the accountancy profession in the UK.
What makes Accountex stand out is the broad support it gets from the whole industry, including leading professional bodies such as The ICPA, The ACCA, The IFA, The ICMA, The ICB, The AIA, The BASDA, The IAQCA and The ICAS, as well as support from relevant media partners. The unique format of the show allows professionals to stay up to date with their learning and CPD accreditation as well as to keep up to date with all the developments facing this rapidly changing profession.
This year’s Accountex is expected to attract over 5,500 accountancy professionals from practice, business and public sector making it the only large scale event which brings all parts of the profession together to learn, exchange ideas, do business and be inspired to take their personal careers and practices to the next level.
Registration to Accountex is free with registration now open.
Attendees already registered includes representatives from KPMG, Grant Thornton, Saffery Champness, TaxAssist Accountants, Armstrong Watson, Old Mill, Barnes Roffe, SRLV, Transport for London, Ministry of Justice, HSBC, Citigroup, the NHS, BBC, Environment Agency, London School of Economics, and Volkswagen - just some of big names that have already pre-registered to attend.
Published March 2016