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What: All you need to know about the accounting and finance industry gathered in one place

Accounting and Finance Show 2019

All you need to know about the industry packed into two days. And it's free.

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100 exhibitors, 170 speakers, 3,500 attendees and unlimited learning opportunities…

Have you been too busy with your business or career to notice what has changed in the accounting and finance landscape?

Get out of your cave and get up to speed with the latest developments in the industry at the Accounting and Finance Show 2019 for free.

In its second instalment, the show is slated to bring 100 exhibitors, 170 speakers, 3,500 attendees and unlimited learning opportunities together on 8th and 9th October 2019 at Suntec Convention Centre, Halls 401-404. 

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You’ll get to learn more about the latest technology, solutions and practices through 7 dedicated conference tracks on the topics of

  • Digital innovation
  • Accounting and bookkeeping
  • Practice management
  • Business in the cloud
  • Money in money out
  • Tax and compliance
  • Business financing.

Noted speakers

These topics will be covered by industry speakers from title sponsor Xero, other sponsors such as Scoot, The Lo and Behold Group, EY, Maybank and Rajah & Tann and more. Some of the noted speakers include:

Aynsley Damery is a chartered accountant, multi-award-winning entrepreneur and international keynote speaker. He has advised thousands of businesses around the world and sits as an advisory board member on a number of companies and charities. He is considered one of the most influential accountants in the UK and has co-authored an international bestseller. 

Jody Padar is CEO and Principal of the New Vision CPA Group, a public accounting firm based in the Chicago area. Jody joined her father’s firm a decade ago, bringing her expertise in the areas of taxation, QuickBooks, and small business accounting.

Lielette Calleja is an award-winning accounting technology evangelist. With 25 years’ experience in bookkeeping and accounting, she is the founder of All That Counts. All That Counts supports small to medium businesses throughout Australia by helping them manage their business better with the use of innovative and effective cloud technology. Adding value beyond the numbers is what she loves to do.

The exhibition floor will also be packed with 100 local and overseas exhibitors, showcasing the latest digital solutions. 

A successful inaugural event

The 2018 edition saw 2,788 attendees representing 1,580 organisations from 30 countries. Over 80% of the attendees are from an SME and are at least a manager.

Here’s what some of the attendees said:

“It’s a nice go-to place to see most of the accounting and finance stuff all at one go”

– Geraldine Pang, Principal Consultant, SME Digital Tech Hub

“The talks were informative of the latest trends and relevant for my work”

– Chee Ming Shum, Finance Manager, Independent Consultant

“Very well organized and with the right topics for the targeted audience”

– Danny Yap, Head of Finance, Chloride Batteries Se Asia

“It provides a vast array of information and people who are in or out of the Finance industry (at whatever level) can benefit”

– Jonathan Chuah, Finance Director, SELLinALL

“It helps me to stay on top of digital trends and on how I can make use of the cloud computing as a powerful business tool, a new era has arrived for accountants”

– Diana Sng, Accountant, Accountants.Incloud

If you haven’t been keeping up with the latest developments in the accounting and finance world, this two-day show will not only bring you up to date but also show you the future of the industry.

Details for the Accounting & Finance Show 2019

Free Admission 

8-9 October 2018

Suntec Convention Centre, Singapore

Halls 401-404

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SBO is proud to be an official media partner of the Accounting and Finance Show 2019.


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