ICAEW SME Conference 2014 – London

Event: ICAEW SME Conference 2014 - 6 November

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Location: London

Chartered Accountants’ Hall, Moorgate Place, London EC2R 6EA

The SME environment in 2014 is fighting back: market conditions are improving, new opportunities in different market sectors are becoming evident and customer preferences are crystallising allowing for more strategic direction and planning.

However there are still some key issues that SMEs need to tackle head on to take full advantage of the current economic upswing: Recruitment and HR, regulation and compliance, business risk, and business performance and client management.

What delegates will learn:

  • A practical examination of the key issues affecting SMEs and how to overcome them
  • An update on tax and financial reporting issues
  • How new technology can offer cost-effective marketing solutions for SMEs
  • Smart HR strategies to improve your business culture and position your company for growth.

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