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Accountancy Age has again teamed up with Softworld for Softworld Accounting and Finance, on 17 and 18 October at the NEC, in Birmingham.

With 100 leading software suppliers exhibiting a comprehensive educational programme of over 160 free vendor seminars, plus breakfast briefings and masterclass sessions, it is Europe’s leading software and e-business event for the accounting and finance profession.

And Accountancy Age readers can book their masterclass sessions at a 35% discount.

The educational programme consists of breakfast briefings and masterclass sessions issues like e-finance, tax management, plus selecting, implementing and automating financial systems, and will be led by speakers from leading consultancies. There will also be two technical sessions led by Dennis Keeling, chief executive of BASDA.

Sessions cost #75, but Accountancy Age readers can book sessions with a 35% by contacting Rebecca Stene at Imark Communications on 01932 730238 or email: rstene@imark.co.uk quoting Accountancy Age offer.

To view the breakfast briefing and masterclass programme in full, or to register for the exhibition, visit: www.softworld.co.uk.

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