"We can now quantify that winning the British Accountancy awards last year, that last year alone, we generated £100,000 of new fees as a result" - Graham Lamont, Lamont Pridmore
November see's the return of the most talked about event in the accounting profession, The British Accountancy Awards.
Now in their 3rd year, these prestigious awards will take place on the 20th November at a brand new venue, The Pavilion at the Tower in central London. As always the Awards attract more than 500 guests from practices all over the country including the small local firms to the larger regional, national and global players. Our criteria has been designed to pinpoint professional development and to highlight those that have demonstrated excellence in their profession during the last 12 months.
So, make sure you get your entries in to highlight the success of your firm, and of course save the date to celebrate this industry event in style.
All entries are free and can be made online. The final closing date is Friday 19th July
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