The British Accountancy Awards are launched

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07 Jun 2011

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The British Accountancy Awards 2011

WE ARE DELIGHTED to present the new British Accountancy Awards.

These new awards succeed the long-standing Accountancy Age Awards and follow a robust review involving some of the most respected members of the profession convened as a specialist advisory panel.

The British Accountancy Awards, in partnership with ACCA, will bring a renewed focus on the profession in practice, and combine new categories with the most popular awards from our legacy event. In addition, the new awards will introduce a host of new categories for regional independent firms as part of our commitment to recognising excellence across the country.

Our panel of experts has helped us design more rigorous criteria and a clearer entry process to help our judges focus on the key issues underpinning practice and professional development.

These are the only awards dedicated to the accountancy profession in practice, rewarding outstanding performance and innovation across the sector, from small local firms to the larger regional, national and global players.

To find the right award for your practice, click here and start your entry today.

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