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The ICAEW Northern team are on the road...

Curious about Council? Wondering what’s going on within ICAEW? Want to find out more about our place within the wider business community? Or would you just like to put a face to a name?

If you have any questions, concerns or just want to learn more about ICAEW at local level – and beyond – our upcoming Meet The Team events are a great way to connect with key regional staff and representatives, and to network with fellow members.

Join the team on Thursday 21 November in Yarm at noon and in Alnwick at 4pm for the chance to find out what’s coming up, what’s going on and to share your thoughts and views.

Who’ll be there?

Regional Director James Callaghan and ICAEW’s Director for Business and Industrial Strategy Iain Wright will be providing updates about what’s going on within the Institute and answering your questions about future plans, projects and initiatives.

They’ll be joined by Northern Council Member, Rob Tindle (who’ll be sharing the latest news from Council and taking questions about what Council does and how it works) and Northern Society President, Keith Proudfoot who’ll be happy to discuss the latest developments within NorSCA and what’s happening within the regions.

Regional Executive Joanne Lucking, will be joining them at the event in Alnwick, so if you have questions about events, member communications, or local issues in general, Joanne will be on hand to help.

Explore the issues

It’s a great opportunity to get a better understanding of how things work, how you can get involved and how the team work for you, so if you’ve always wondered what goes on at Council, you’d like to know what ICAEW are doing in relation to specific issues, or you’d like to explore what your District Society can do for you – and how you can get involved – now’s your chance to find out.

These events are free for members and ICAEW Students to attend, but require registration so that we can ensure that we get the catering right.

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