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Why Attend

Welcome to Sage Sessions, our series of events designed to bring you the latest in product innovation, industry experts and updates on compliance issues such as Making Tax Digital and GDPR.

We're investing in you - our valued accountants, bookkeepers, business leaders and partners, to provide an opportunity to connect, inspire and share thoughts and ideas.

You'll have the opportunity to network, gain invaluable market insights and see the latest product demonstrations through Sage experts and guest speakers.

Innovation

Interactive product demonstrations from Sage experts. The latest Sage solution and technology roadmaps. How Sage Business Cloud can help your clients.

Inspiration

Connect with peers, accountants and industry thought leaders. Immerse yourself in learning programmes designed to support the growth of your business.

Insight

Tackle the subjects that really matter to your business including Making Tax Digital and GDPR. Future proof your business and tackle key issues. Discover how technology can help drive efficiencies in your business.

Event Details

ETC Venues
200 Aldersgate
St. Pauls
London
EC1A 4HD

8.00am to 6.00pm

13 March 2018

Agenda

Accountants Track

Partner Track

Enterprise Track

* Agenda and speakers are subject to change

Speakers

  • Alan Laing
  • Caroline Plumb
  • Jacquie Mount
  • Merryn Somerset Webb

Alan Laing

Managing Director, Sage UK and Ireland

Alan joined Sage in 2015 as the Executive Vice President for Partners and Alliances responsible for Sage’s indirect business worldwide and since March is Managing Director for the UK & Ireland. Alan has more than 30 years’ experience working in the technology industry in Digital Equipment Corporation, Oracle and Avaya. Alan also held the positions of CEO of the CMS supplier Mediasurface, and GM of Portal Software, one of the first ISPs in the San Francisco bay area.

Caroline Plumb

CEO, Fluidly

Caroline is Founder and CEO of Fluidly a venture-backed startup using data and machine learning to deliver intelligent cashflow for SMEs. A serial entrepreneur, she previously co-founded an innovation consultancy and recruiting business. The businesses have won a number of Best Agency awards and have regularly been listed in the Sunday Times' 100 Best Small Companies to Work For. Caroline is one of the Prime Minister's Business Ambassadors, representing the Professional & Business Services sector. She is on the industrial advisory board of the Oxford University Engineering department and was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s 90th Birthday Honours List in 2016. She has three very noisy small children.

Jacquie Mount

Head of Technical Policy, ICB

Jacquie spent over 25 years teaching adults and teenagers at Mid Kent College, starting as a part time lecturer and finishing as Head of the Business School. She has also acted as an examiner, assessor and verifier for many years, specialising in the field of bookkeeping, accountancy and IT. She first joined ICB as their Head of Education in 2000, spending 5 years there in a full time capacity prior to moving into practice and setting up her own bookkeeping business. She returned to ICB in 2013 and is now the Head of Technical Policy spending a lot of her time working with HMRC on issues to do with the development of Making Tax Digital and the Tax Agent Strategy.

Merryn Somerset Webb

Editor-in-Chief, MoneyWeek

Merryn Somerset Webb is Editor-in-Chief of MoneyWeek and a respected commentator on economics, financial markets and personal finance. She has been named the Personal Finance Journalist of the Year in the 2017 prestigious Harold Wincott awards.

Merryn was a senior scholar at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where she gained a first class degree in History and Economics. She then became a Daiwa scholar and spent a year studying Japanese at London University

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