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06 October 2017

What future skills will you need to be a successful accountant? The landscape is ever-changing, so PQ magazine decided to get together with London South Bank University to try to provide some of the answers!

We have a fantastic day planned for anyone who can come along to our one-day FREE conference on 23 November. Yes, it’s totally free, we are too good for you.

On top of a key note address from the ACCA’s Alan Hatfield we are planning a panel discussion on ‘accounting for extinction’. Don’t worry we think you have a future!

In-between we have a whole series of break-out seminars that should have something for everyone (see below). This should also be a fantastic networking opportunity – we are expecting 250 delegates!

If you want to come along then go to
http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/what-on and drill down to 23 November

#Thefutureofaccountancy #LSBUPQ

TITLE: The Future of accountancy: Success in a changing world
VENUE: Keyworth Centre, London South Bank University, London SE1 6NG
DATE: Thursday 23 November
TIME: 9.00 registration 9.30 start – networking 16.45 -18.30


1) Welcome to the cloud – this is your future, embrace it!
5) Big data – who owns it and how General Data Privacy rules will work
9) Making Tax Digital

2) Crowd funding/Intellectual Property
6) Money laundering
10) IFRS 15 & 16 – your standard update

3) The apprenticeship landscape - so where are we now?
7) Coaching & mentoring - mental health, wellbeing & resilience
11) The changing skill set – what will you need

4) Creating a personal brand & your digital profile
8) Forget being headhunted – you need to know what employers want. We will also look at the shifting skills landscape.
12) Setting up your own business

BIG PANEL DISCUSSION: Accounting for extinction!

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