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Two days. 100 ideas: CPA Australia Newcastle Convention 2014

Newcastle’s leading accounting and business professionals will converge at Newcastle City Hall on 19 – 20 March to explore “Two days, 100 ideas” at the Newcastle Convention 2014.
The event brings together a range of well renowned and innovative speakers to support the Newcastle and Hunter Valley business community. With over 24 sessions, the event aims to show that “businesses don’t run on numbers, they run on the responses to numbers” and that business leaders collectively need to drive productivity and growth. Key speakers include Andrew France, Partner, Revenue Performance Management Group International, and Janu Chan, Economist, St. George Bank NSW. Peter Fitzsimons AM will also be presenting on “The world of media and how to get the most out of it” at the Convention at a Business Breakfast. CPA Australia’s NSW General Manager, David Lee, says that the event is designed to inspire participants and leave them
with more than 100 ideas as to how they can innovate and continue to transform businesses in their respective industries. “This is a fantastic forum for like-minded professionals to come together, to converse, network and hear from leaders in business and across society. “There will be big picture sessions covering the importance of driving productivity growth as well as core accounting and finance sessions in key areas of taxation, management, and financial reporting and control. “Newcastle has successfully diversified its economy, and CPA Australia is proud to support businesses in the area,” he said.