There are 17 categories in total covering business, practice and individual achievements. And the 2003 awards promise to be bigger and better than ever with a number of new categories and a new venue.
The four Practice Awards – Big Four Firm, Large Firm, Medium Firm and Small Firm – return as well as the individual categories – Financial Director of the Year, Accountant of the Year, Accounting Technician of the Year, ACCA New Accountant of the Year and Personality of the Year.
As well as the established Business Awards covering Business Annual Report & Accounts, Public and Voluntary Report & Accounts and Finance Team of the Year, this year sees the unveiling of a new category, Turnaround Team of the Year.
And the Accounting Software Awards also see a change. Mid-Range Software Package of the Year and Enterprise Systems Software Package of the Year return with Small Business Software Package of the Year covering both software for accounting practices and businesses.
The last new award is Employer of the Year which, like Personality of the Year, will be reader voted.
To read more, turn to pages 14 and 15 or go to Accountancy Age awards
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