Free entry into the British Accountancy Awards - 1 day left!

by Kevin Reed

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11 Jul 2012

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YOU HAVE JUST ONE DAY left to enter your practice, for free, into the British Accountancy Awards.

Last year saw an impressive number of practices entering the awards and more than 500 guests gathering at Old Billingsgate Market in the heart of London for a fabulous night of celebration and networking. This year, the awards continue to recognise excellence in the accountancy practice community, with categories covering all sizes of firms and practices.

We are delighted to announce that the British Accountancy Awards are back for 2012 and will be taking place on 21 November at Old Billingsgate in Central London.

The DEADLINE for entries is 20 JULY.

ENTER FOR FREE HERE

Twitter: #BAAwards

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