It’s no secret. The accounting and bookkeeping industry loves a conference, and Head of Clients and Partners Ingrid Cronin-Knight is convinced INCITE 2019 will be at the top of your list for events to attend this year. Here’s why.
Increasing levels of competition and rising complexity in their clients’ businesses are the general trends that agribusiness advisors will need to overcome in the year ahead.
Over the past couple of years, MYOB has employed somewhere in the region of 500 new developers. What could they all possibly be doing I hear you ask? The answer, I’m glad to say, is “a lot”.
Bookkeepers and accountants working in regional New Zealand are used to covering lots of ground in a short period of time. That’s why MYOB’s regional INCITE events are designed to do the same, which means more value for your time spent in transit.
While nothing compares to witnessing the full scope of learning, inspiration and community on offer at MYOB’s high-profile accounting and bookkeeping conference, here’s a small glimpse of the action for those who couldn’t attend.
While avoiding new tech adoption might make sense to some accountants in the short term, it’s only hampering their chances at an exit in the long run.
As automation redefines the roles of accountants and bookkeepers, firms will be better off engaging in who does what. Then all participants can have their slice of the Connected Practice vision.
As traditional roles of accountants evolve, Rob Nixon warns they need to be more proactive when it comes to business advisory services.