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Accountancy Age and global recruitment specialist Robert Walters have teamed up to host a careers briefing with a number of expert speakers to help newly qualified accountants consider their next career move.

The event will take place on 9th October 2002 at the London Stock Exchange City Media Centre. The evening will commence at 6.30pm with an informal drinks reception, followed by the briefing at 7pm.

It will cover options for advancing your career in accountancy and in specific industry sectors. At the end there will be an opportunity to ask questions.

Speakers will include Serena Doshi, chief executive officer of Neo1, the community management division of Liv4now.com, and Tim Morris, financial controller of Mencap. The event will be chaired by Accountancy Age editor Damian Wild.

To attend this event, pre-registration is required. To register go to www.accountancyage.com/careersbriefing.

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