PracticePeople In PracticeEntering a brand new Age

Entering a brand new Age

Embracing the changes and challenges facing accountants and other financial professionals in 2001, Accountancy Age this week launches a new design and several new sections.

With e-business already impacting on everyone’s working life, we have introduced a weekly second section, Networking, devoted to careers and management in the new economy.

There are also new pages dedicated to business recovery, audit, tax and corporate finance, while in Taking Stock, Colin is among a number of innovations.

From today, our resident cartoon character appears in strip format each week with a new set of friends.

The changes consolidate Accountancy Age’s position as the only ‘must-read’ publication in the industry.

As we have every Thursday for the last 31 years, we will be the only independent voice of the profession.

There will be further changes to the magazine over the coming weeks: new expert columnists and more information relevant to your working life.

  • As you may have noticed, there’s a new look to our website as well.

To reflect the magazine’s new look, AccountancyAge.com is taking on a new appearance too. Let us know what you think at comment@accountancyage.com.

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