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Accounting in
Extraordinary Times
How technology advances will make the accounting
profession "unrecognizable" in the next 10 years.
CTCPA
Annual
Meeting
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Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Cascade, Hamden
Members: $50, Nonmembers: $65
CPE credit: 1 hour
5:30 p.m. Check-in and light refreshments
6:00 p.m. Business meeting and program
7:30 p.m. Networking hour with wine, beer,
and hot hors d'oeuvres
(cash bar available)
Learn more and register at
www.ctcpas.org/annualmeeting
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Support Your Professional Organization:
Become a Sponsor!
Firm/Company Sponsorship: $500
All sponsorships include:
Five attendee spots at the event.
Your company's logo on:
Prominent signage at the event
The evening's agenda and opening
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The CTCPA website
Follow-up event coverage in
Connecticut CPA magazine.
The accounting profession will
be "unrecognizable" in 10 years,
according to American Institute
of CPAs President and CEO Barry
Melancon, CPA, CGMA.
Barry will guide us through some of
the technologies that are bringing
disruptive change to not only the accounting profession
but the entire world as we know it. Cybersecurity, block-
chain, artificial intelligence, data analytics, and cognitive
technologies are on course to radically alter the way
businesses perform compliance, tax, and financial fore-
casting functions.
Learn how the profession will need to evolve to stay
ahead and remain relevant in this new reality.
Keynote Speaker
Barry Melancon
Sponsorship Contact:
Liz Frazza
lizf@ctcpas.org 860-258-0220
Cybersecurity Blockchain Artificial Intelligence Data Analytics
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