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Future-proof your career

20 April 2018

The next generation in finance understands that they need to see their careers in a global context. A recent report from the ACCA, ‘Generation Next,’ found these younger accountants see the value of international experience and recognise the career benefits that exposure to globalisation brings.

Constant innovation and the pace of change have created a ‘new normal’. And, globalisation and digitalisation are the big influencers for the immediate future.
So, how is the accountancy professional and its qualifications placed to help you future-proof your career? Well, this is where PQ magazine and LSBF come in. Our free one-day London conference on 11 June will give you a unique insight into what the future might hold.

We have put together a top team of speakers too, including CIMA’s Dr Noel Tagoe and the ACCA’s director of professional insights, Maggie McGhee. There will also be the head of financial recruitment at Pro-Group, Tom Eagle, on hand to provide a reality check on what is possible.

After lunch we will look at how you can out together your own road map to success and give the accountancy bodies the chance to pitch their qualifications.
Then we will talk about the changing nature of apprenticeships, particularly the higher apprenticeships for graduates.
Oh, and don’t forget it will be a great chance to network.

You really need to put Monday 11 June in your diary. We are using the London Bloomsbury campus of the University of Law, which is a quick walk from Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road, and Warren Street tube stations.

There really is a something for everyone at ‘Being Global, future-proof your career in accountancy’. To sign up you need to go to http://www.being-global.eventbrite.co.uk

The PQ team would love to see you there.

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