Liverpool City Region’s festival spirit that has previously delivered unforgettable global events such as The International Festival for Business and One Magnificent City, and is showcasing the city to the world again this week at the G7 summit, will return in 2022 with The Good Business Festival.
2021 press releases from our local region and district societies.
The Regional Sustainability Group for the South West and Wales has launched a set of New Year’s resolutions aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Looking for ways in which we can take action against each of the goals to improve the Environmental, Social and Governance of our businesses locally, each New Year’s resolution suggests a practical way of changing the way we do business.
Celebrating student success is a key part of the ICAEW Scotland annual activities, and this year was no exception…
As ICAEW Scotland turns 20 years old, Director, David Bond, takes the opportunity to reflect on what has happened over that time…
As ICAEW Chartered Accountants in Scotland we all want to do our bit to protect the earth for future generations and so, to celebrate COP26 coming to Glasgow and Scotland in November 2021, we have prepared a Sustainability Action Calendar for the month.
The ICAEW Southern’s AGM will take place on Tuesday 21 September and will be held online in the form of a video conference, will start promptly at 4pm and may be expected to take up to an hour.
ICAEW Scotland held a half day workshop on 22 June 2021 to address the topic of “business and sustainability”, to identify ways in which chartered accountants can take action to help to deliver a sustainable future aligned with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Jane Walker explores some of the points raised by tourism and hospitality industry professionals during this year’s ICAEW Scotland online panel session on what recovery looks like for the industry in Scotland, eighteen months on from the start of the pandemic.
In October 2020, the Scottish Government launched its Inward Investment Plan, which is intended to further internationalise Scotland’s economy. We spoke to ICAEW Chartered Accountants in Scotland working in – or closely with – three of the sectors mentioned in the report about how the plan might affect Scottish businesses and their thoughts on funding.
Historically, town groups mainly existed to provide CPD training for chartered accountants. As the number of training organisations increased and online courses started to appear, the need for local groups to organise courses diminished and quite a few groups fell into natural decline and folded.