A special anniversary, celebrating student success and a milestone event: 2019 has been a busy and notable period for ICAEW Northern. Jane Walker looks back at some of the events that shaped the last twelve months.
2019 press releases from our local region and district societies.
From a young age Steph knew that accountancy was the only career for her and at the age of 16 was offered a position with Newby Castleman in Leicester. This experience provided a brilliant foundation for her career.
ICAEW Birmingham and West Midlands president features in November 2019 issue of Economia
How’s Business is the Growth Hub for York, North Yorkshire and East Riding. The Growth Hub is there to help business grow and develop by providing free, high quality support, digitally, via telephone and face-to-face.
Business confidence in North East England is now firmly back in negative territory, a survey by chartered accountancy body ICAEW has found.
Business confidence in Scotland has returned to negative territory, the latest ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor shows.
From celebrating milestone anniversaries to making connections across the country, 2019 has been another eventful year for ICAEW Scotland. Jane Walker looks back at some of the key events.
ICAEW West Midlands held a drinks reception at Hotel Du Vin in Birmingham to congratulate nearly 50 new members and recently qualified students for passing their advanced stage exams and joining ICAEW.
More than 40 charity trustees and ICAEW members gathered in the historic Black County Living Museum (featured in many scenes from Peaky Blinders amongst other things) in October to hear from three leading speakers in the latest local committee event for members.
What’s it like to start your training straight from school? How does it feel to study whilst working in a big busy firm? Jane Walker spoke to Abbie Yule to find out more.