Accountex 2015

Event: Accountex - 13-14 May 2015

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Location: London

ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL

About the event:

Accountex has fast become a flagship event in the accounting calendar growing at an impressive rate year-on-year, now entering its fourth edition, the show continues to grow and innovate with the backing of its stalwart supporters consisting of the UK’s most important accountancy associations, and even more top suppliers to the industry showcasing the latest products and services to continue to drive the accounting world forward in every respect.

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