Q3 2019 Business confidence in Scotland
2019 press releases from our local region and district societies.
In his first ‘View from…’ column, IMS President Paul Richards shares his thoughts on his first few months in office
ICAEW Scotland chartered accountants popped into the Clicks and Mortar shop in Edinburgh this summer to help showcase the profession and offer advice to budding businesses.
In a survey undertaken by the University of South Wales (USW) one of the most valued support for women either starting or sustaining their business is access to business mentors as experienced and informal sources of guidance in addition to business advisors.
With the new academic year now underway and the declaration deadline for CPD drawing closer, now’s the time to consider your CPD. Jane Walker looks at some of the courses on offer across the North East.
The Business Confidence Index in North East England is once again amongst the least negative in the UK, according to the latest ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor ™ (BCM). The region’s Q3 score of -1.0 is marginally down on the Q3 2018 score of +0.4, but well above the Q3 UK average of -10.3.
Keith Proudfoot talks about why the Practical Tax Conference attracts so many returning delegates and how it could benefit your business.
Keith Proudfoot was appointed as President of The Northern Society of Chartered Accountants, at this year’s AGM.
ICAEW Scotland Council Member, Carl Bayley, considers the role of technology in modern professional life.
Steve Plaskitt is a Corporate Finance Partner at MHA Tait Walker – find out how he got involved with our BCM events and why parenthood proved to be an invaluable life lesson.