theGrogroup is delighted that Paul Richmond, their Managing Director, has been invited for a second year to deliver a workshop presentation at the ICAEW Practice Conference and Expo.
Held at the etc.venues St Paul’s in London, this year’s ICAEW Practice Conference and Expo, held on the 16th and 17th November, focusses on developing the future professionals.
The conference will address technical updates on issues such as tax, regulation, and general accounting standards and also provide attendees with new ideas and insights on how they might adapt their approach to business and enhance the skills that will make them a better chartered accountant. The knowledge gained from the Expo will help practitioners to better understand the needs of their clients in a constantly developing profession.
Paul will be speaking on Day 2 and will be joined alongside other respected figures from within the Accountancy industry. The focus for day two is devoted towards established practices and sole practitioners. Sessions will cover devising your strategy for tomorrow, building a brand as an expert to your clients and creating the right culture within your practice to attract and retain the best team.
With over 30 years of industry experience, Paul’s workshop presentation will be discussing how important it is for Professional Service Firms to implement strategies that will ensure future growth. His workshop “Mapping your path to tomorrow” will include:
Commenting on the upcoming conference Paul said “It is always a pleasure to be invited to speak at such a well attended event, in front of leading figures in the Accountancy Profession. theGrogroup is very passionate about creating change within the accountancy profession to enable it to drive forward. Conferences like this are fantastic because they present key decision makers with new insights and methodologies that can be taken away and implemented in their own respective businesses.”
This year’s ICAEW Practice Conference and Expo will be held on the 16-17th November. If you would like to hear Paul speak at the conference, please follow this link to book.