Danbro @ The Business Show 2019

So, The 42nd Business Show is almost upon us. Later this month, 25,000 people will gather at London’s ExCel for Europe’s biggest business event. The two-day show is free to attend. It includes speeches, exhibits, and masterclasses from the likes of Barclaycard and Google Digital Garage.

What’s more, Danbro will be there too! Be sure to check out stand 1234 to talk all things accountancy and to enter our buzz wire competition! It’s your chance to win EITHER a year’s FREE accounting (worth up to £1,000!), or a £250 Amazon voucher. Register for your free ticket, here.

The Business Show: An All Star Line-Up

The selection of speakers at this year’s show is truly outstanding. From LAD Bible impresario, Alex Partridge, to BrewDog’s International Growth Director, Lisa Paton, the 2019 line-up is ‘unparalleled’. The one down side of having so many prestigious speakers, however, is the natural scheduling dilemma it can create for visitors. For instance, there’s the choice between Geordie Palmer’s talk on the fascinating rise of what3words, and Ginger Video Founder, Neil Ginger, on the effective use of video in sales and marketing. Both of which kick off at 11.45am on Day 1.

Similarly, keynote speaker and former BBC Dragon, James Caan CBE, may find himself delivering a seminar to a more depleted audience than the packed houses he’s used to. The reason? His speech on ‘unleashing the dragon within you’ coincides with a talk by our very own Managing Director of Accountancy, Neil Ormesher.

Sure, James might well be one of the ‘five most influential bloggers on LinkedIn’, but are his world-renowned contemplations really worth missing industry leading insight on accounting technology and the future of digital taxation? Thought not. Plus, you can always catch Mr Caan at the same time the following day, anyway (Keynote Theatre 1, if you’re interested).

Neil’s seminar, meanwhile, takes place in Theatre 7 at 2.45pm on Wednesday 27th November. It will focus on digital taxation and the opportunities that accounting technology provides. He’ll be discussing what tools are available today, and the advantages they can bring, as well as where Danbro as a company see the future in terms of software, automation and speed of service. Neil will also touch on payroll, Making Tax Digital, and the benefits of cloud-based accounting.

‘A fantastic opportunity to connect’

Speaking ahead of the event, Neil said: “The Business Show is a fantastic opportunity to meet and connect with other like-minded businesses. It’s so important to keep up-to-date with what’s going on in the market. We’re always open to learning new things and engaging with new people.”

“I’m especially looking forward to delivering a seminar on the future of digital taxation. I’ll be focusing on where we are now, the advantages of going digital, and what’s next for the market in general. I hope to shed some light on the benefits of digital accountancy. I’m grateful to PRYSM for allowing me to talk in detail about a subject I’m particularly passionate about.”

How to follow #TBS42

The Business Show is a significant milestone in the business community’s calendar. And, this month’s event looks set to be one to remember. If you’re not attending this year’s expo, be sure to keep an eye on Danbro’s social channels throughout the week. We’ll be sharing live content from across the event – including Neil’s seminar. You can also get in touch with our team in the meantime to find out more about how Danbro utilise the power of digital accountancy.
Blog written by
Sam Wright
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Sam Wright is Danbro’s Marketing Manager. He produces regular content and feature articles on our digital and non-digital channels – and social platforms – for the Danbro Group and its subsidiaries, as well as having responsibility for the Company’s internal and external communications.

His background is in Journalism and Creative Writing, having previously contributed to publications such as The Daily Post, The Lancashire Evening Post, and The Blackpool Gazette.

He is a keen swimmer and avid Manchester United fan (but don’t hold that against him), and he lives in Lancashire with his wife, Sarah.

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