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Practice Seminar: Staying afloat in 2009

The latest Accountancy Age Practice Web Seminar uncovers the financial and practical aspects of growing your firm

Staying afloat in 2009: Keep your practice and clients in the black

Battening down the hatches might seem to be the order of the day for you and
your clients, but what opportunities lie ahead? Can your firm ride out the
slowdown by helping clients grow?

The latest Accountancy Age Practice Web Seminar uncovers the financial and
practical aspects of growing your firm and your clients’ businesses during tough
conditions, with help from our panel of experts including speakers from ACCA and
HSBC.

Click
here for more information and to register for this seminar

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