AccountingWEB Live will be welcoming submissions for content ideas, contributors and speakers from its online accounting and finance community and partner network. Submissions will be considered by the AccountingWEB Advisory Board - a panel of industry experts representing the whole of the accounting and finance profession. See website for a rundown of board members.
Submissions will be considered for the following content areas:
Keynote sessions are designed to inspire and provoke with new insights from leading figures from the worlds of accounting and finance. Our keynote presentations are all about the future of accounting while still grounded in the challenges faced by the profession everyday.
Accepting submissions for: speakers, papers, presentations
Set in a 100-seat Question Time-style theatre, these lively Q&A panels provide the opportunity to debate important, timely questions with industry experts, commentators, business leaders, peers and politicians.
Accepting submissions for: moderators, themes, panellists
Run with leading software vendors and service providers, these CPD-accredited workshops will deliver practical, hands-on advice whether it's a software decision, a marketing challenge or a recruitment conundrum.
Accepting submissions for: commercial partners
Delivered with our Association Partners, the Academy is all about skills development. From getting to grips with key software packages to delivering best-in-class service, all sessions are fully CPD-accredited.
Accepting submissions for: trainers, product specialists, case studies
"Content is the single biggest factor in why people attend exhibitions and our Advisory Board is a commitment to delivering on that principle,” said Mike Goldsmith, Content Director at Sift.
“Our audience said they wanted practical content, the best speakers, inspiring insight plus the chance to debate their burning questions with experts live - just as they do every day on our Any Answers forum. If you can deliver that – we want you!”
Whilst the programme will consider all relevant submissions, those entries covering the following five core themes will be prioritised. These include:
The exhibition is also looking for content ideas that spark the imagination - whether that’s an interactive quiz or live podcast recording or peer-to-peer interview, AccountingWEB Live will be about the innovative as well as the expert.
As well as speaking directly to attendees of AccountingWEB Live, speakers will benefit from promotion and coverage on both the AccountingWEB and AccountingWEB Live websites.Submit Proposal
The submission deadline is Thursday, 19th March 2020.
Workshops and Academy sessions for AccountingWEB Live can be offered with CPD points, following consideration and approval by AccountingWEB and its Advisory Board. AccountingWEB is a fully-accredited CPD Provider with The CPD Certification Service.
To discuss your submission, put yourself forward as a speaker/panellist or ask any questions about AccountingWEB’s content programme, contact Mike Goldsmith, Content Director, on 0781 804 5348 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.