Hey Atlanta, Come Hear Us Yak About the Gig Economy and the Accounting Profession

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If you’re an accountant in the Atlanta area and aren’t busy on October 18th, don’t make plans; we have you covered.

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants USA is hosting representatives from Going Concern, Accountingfly, and Beech Valley Solutions will be there in the flesh to discuss how the gig economy is affecting the hunt for accounting talent. If you’re a partner in an accounting firm, a controller or CFO desperate to learn to know what’s what about this gig economy thing, you shouldn’t miss it. If you’re a senior associate or manager at an accounting firm and have wondered what it’d be like to a freelance CPA, you definitely shouldn’t miss it. Or if you’re just a CPA that feels like heckling a GC editor, it’s probably worth your time, too.

Oh, and yes, there will be refreshments. That’s all you needed to hear, right? Great, register here.

Topic: The Gig Economy: Change and Transformation in the Accounting and Finance Profession.

Date/Time: Wed, October 18, 2017, 6 pm – 8 pm

Location: Morris, Manning & Martin LLP, 1600 Atlanta Financial Center, Agora, Room 3343 Peachtree Road, NE, Atlanta, Ga.

Who’s Who: Moderated by George Baah, Assistant Professor of Accounting at the Quinnipiac University School of Business and Vice Chair of ACCA USA member network. Panelists: Jeff Phillips, CEO of Accountingfly and Going Concern; Brad Hughes, Co-Founder of Beech Valley Solutions; Panelists Caleb Newquist, Founding Editor of Going Concern.

Get more details on this event — ONE NIGHT ONLY — and register here.

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