The National Accountancy Exhibition will be held at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, from 18 to 20 May 1999, and aims to attract people from across the whole profession in the UK.
As well as providing a national showcase for products and services, the show will include a series of talks, presentations and workshops. The exhibition will also include a millennium office featuring the latest equipment and services.
There will be an Internet Cafe, where visitors can surf the Net, and there will be a number of other events and workshops which will qualify participants for CPE points.
Tony Loynes, magazine director for Accountancy Age, said: ?We are very pleased tobe associated with an exhibition which we believe demonstrates the crucial importance of accountants. Accountants are decision-makers throughout UK plc, and are becoming more and more influential in the buying chain.
?It?s high time there was an exhibition which reflects the range of areas which they now specify and influence.? Show organiser Robert Ewin said: ?With the sponsorship of Accountancy Age, we expect the exhibition to establish itself as the major event for the whole of the accountancy profession and a must visit for all accountants.? For more information, to book space or to register for free tickets call Robert Ewin at Nationwide Exhibitions on 0117 907 1000, contact him by e-mail or visit the exhibition website
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