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Webinars and event recordings

Based on the findings of the Tomorrow’s Practice report, ICAEW have been running a number of events and webinars to help members explore potential new areas of revenue for their practices; these aim to provide inspiration, insight, and both practical and technical information to support members interested in these areas.

Practice 2017: The Future Professional

Practice 2017: Strategy - mapping your path to tomorrow

Paul Richmond, Managing Director, theGroGroup

Practice 2017: Building your expert brand

Bobby Lane, Partner, Shelley Stock Hutter

Practice 2017: Cyber security for you and your clients

Richard Horne, Cyber Security Partner, PwC

Practice 2017: Culture trumps strategy

Ade Cheatham, Chief Executive and April Bembridge, Head of People and Culture, PKF Cooper Parry

Practice 2017: Personal finance - who's advising your clients?

Eric Clapton, Director, Clapton Consultants

Practice 2017: Bringing your clients to the cloud

Sean Evers, Director, Accountants Division, Sage

Practice 2017: Blockchain - what you need to know

Areiel Wolanow, Managing Director, Finserve Experts

Webinar: How to build a marketing campaign

The first step to promoting your practice is understanding what your unique selling point it.  With a host of marketing opportunities out there, finding the right channel that works for you and your practice can be a challenge.  In this webinar we explore where to start.

Webinar: Freedom and Flexibility - The Virtual Office

More practices are empowering their teams to work the way they want from wherever they want. This webinar considers how to create a secure network for client data, develop innovative ways to be productive and keep overheads low by minimising everyday office expenses, as well as the benefits a flexible approach can bring for your team.

Webinar: How to become a virtual finance director for your clients

A virtual finance director service offers SMEs the benefits of having a financial expert at the heart their business without the overheads. For practitioners, it offers the opportunity to use their technical and analytical skills to support clients to take informed decisions in real-time and to be a driving force for business growth.

Webinar: Advising buy-to-let landlords: Technical CPD update

Less generous taxation policy for the buy-to-let sector provides an ideal opportunity for ICAEW Chartered Accountants to help professional and accidental landlords understand the full implications of these changes and advise them on how to structure their affairs moving forward.

Recording: Probate: Making the most of the opportunity

Probate represents one of the biggest new opportunities to the accountancy profession. Whether you already have a probate licence, or are considering obtaining one, discover the practical ways you can use this opportunity to generate new income and add value to your client relationships.