Bookkeepers Summit 2016

Event: Bookkeepers Summit 2016

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Location: London

QEII Centre, Broad Sanctuary, London SW1P 3EE

This jam-packed event now spanning two days will bring you unparalleled opportunities to network with like-minded professionals, whilst gaining vital industry and regulatory updates to enable you to stay ahead of the game.

The Bookkeepers Summit is the highlight of the bookkeeping calendar, so get the dates in the diary now and make sure you book those early bird tickets for an enjoyable way to earn those crucial CPD points.

Due to huge demand this year’s Bookkeepers Summit will now take place over two days to allow for a whole day of additional practical workshops and hands-on advice on crucial topics that you want to hear! This year we will be returning to the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Centre. The Summit takes place on Sunday 2nd October AND Monday 3rd October, with a variety of targeted CPD sessions taking place on Sunday.

NOW: Pensions will be exhibiting on stand 3!

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