ICAEW Practice Conference and Expo 2014

Event: ICAEW Practice Conference and Expo 2014 - 3 September

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Location: London

etc.venues – St Paul’s, 200 Aldersgate, London EC1A 4HD

Whether you are a Sole practitioner, mid-tier firm or someone looking to enhance your career, return to work, or just refresh and update your knowledge, don’t miss this chance to meet the companies, attend demonstrations and take advantage of the special discounts on offer from exhibitors.

Tap into the wealth of expertise our exhibitors can provide from financing solutions and efficiency software through to PII and auto enrolment.  View the products in action, network with your peers and make the most of what is on offer.

New to the expo this year, is a full programme of free workshops and seminars giving visitors the opportunity to hear about the latest in practice across several areas of work.

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