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Last chance to win £100

It's the last chance to win £100-worth of Oddbin's vouchers simply by registering your vote in our poll to find the Accountancy Age Personality of the Year.

The volatile rise of e-business, vitriolic battles over tax changes, painful regulatory upheavals and the ever-tightening grip of globalisation have all made for a busy year for financial professionals. We have narrowed the field down to eight candidates and you can read about the nominees and register your vote by clicking here.

London’s Natural History Museum provides the stunning backdrop for this year’s event, which is expected to attract around 600 people from within the industry. Seats will be sold on a first come first served basis and demand is always high, so book early to ensure you are able to secure seats alongside friends and colleagues.

On arrival guests will be greeted with a welcome reception followed by a four-course dinner and an evening of entertainment, culminating in the announcement of this year’s winners and the presentation of the awards.

If you have entered one of the categories or if you work within or have an association with the accountancy industry, this is definitely a night that should not be missed, book your seat now by calling 020 7316 9539 or e-mail awards@accountancyage.com.

For prices and a table booking form, click here.

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