ICAEW SME Conference 2013 – Manchester

Event: ICAEW SME Conference 2013 - 21 November

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Location: Manchester

Salford City Stadium, 1 Stadium Way, Eccles, Manchester M30 7LJ

About the event: With small businesses at the heart of the UK economy and with many feeling an increase in business confidence (44% at a recent Co-operative bank poll suggested they would grow during 2013) the future is much brighter than at any other time in the last 5 years.

Now is the time to harness the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of the UK SME and lead it towards sustainable growth. The event will assist finance professionals looking to maintain the balance between resilience and growth in their business. It is vital that the finance leader hone their technical skills, personal attributes and business knowledge necessary to steer their company through an economic upturn.

The event will help extend your professional development through the key areas of strategic planning, operations and human resources, and will highlight the key role you can play.

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