INCITE is back for another year, and buckle in, because this one’s going to be something else.
Each year INCITE gets bigger and better, so it’s probably no surprise that INCITE is going to be, well, bigger and better.
We’re currently working like beavers to put together the best possible event to leave you recharged and ready to tackle the future head-on.
Here’s what you can expect from next year’s INCITE event.
1. We’ve set the destination, now we’re building the rocket ship
Previously at INCITE, we’ve talked a lot about where the world is going and what it’s going to look like for accountants and bookkeepers.
We’ve talked about our Connected Practice vision and how it fits into the world.
This year we’re giving you the tools you need to make the transition from the current way of doing things to the new way of doing things.
Your success starts now, and we’re going to give you the tools you need to launch.
2. A practical guide to building advisory capability
Building advisory capability within your practice has been the call for several years now.
There’s a new breed of clients out there who not only want, but expect, their accountant or bookkeeper to become a trusted advisor – even if sometimes they’re not even sure of what they want.
Evolving your advisory skills to take advantage of the new appetite in the market is the way to go – but it can be hard to know where to start.
Luckily, at INCITE we’ll walk you through some of the tools you can use to start your advisory journey – or go further if you’re already on the path.
3. Hear from “dangerous” speakers
Conference speakers may be inspirational, engaging, or interesting, but how many are described as “dangerous”?
Well, the dynamic duo of Dr Angus Hervey and Tane Hunter from FutureCrunch are here to shake things up with a vision of the future which isn’t all doom and gloom.
In fact, they travel so far from the ‘the future is scary’ narrative that they’ve been described as “dangerous”.
“Future Crunch are dangerous. Their optimism flies in the face of lazy, nihilistic doomsday prophets that pedal sensationalist stories about how we might as well give up because the end is nigh. They force you to take action, by pointing to the incredible achievements we as human beings accomplish each and every day.”
4. Meet your new clients
When you’re in the trenches getting work done, it can be difficult to raise your head to look at the ecosystem as a whole.
As a vital service provider, MYOB is lucky to be able to look across the entire playing field to see things that you might have missed.
There’s a whole new breed of client out there who want and demand a different set of skills from their trusted advisors.
Who are they, and what do they want?
Come along to INCITE and find out why these clients are key to your future success.
5. How to make your practice a Connected Practice
In the Connected Practice, compliance, advisory, and transaction processing functions are brought together under the one roof – instead of being siloed.
It leads to efficiencies for both client and practice.
How you get to a point where you can truly call your practice a Connected Practice?
Luckily, we’ve got some concrete tips and action plans you can use to get to a model which is the future of the accounting and bookkeeping industries.