The $75 early registration discount deadline on the 2010 International Business Forum has been extended to Friday, September 17, which means there’s still time to save.
No matter their role, CPAs need to understand how the global economy is changing business, and this is a unique opportunity for CPAs to learn to think globally by learning locally.
Hosted by the Mid-Atlantic CPA Collaborative, a partnership between the Greater Washington Society of CPAs (GWSCPA), Maryland Association of CPAs (MACPA) and the VSCPA, this new CPE opportunity will help members tackle the complexities of new international accounting standards, financial reporting models and policies. Members will learn from international experts on these important topics:
- Paul Madden on the Australian Standard Business Reporting (SBR) program
- Olivia Kirtley, CPA, on management and oversight of international growth strategies
- BDO Seidman’s Wendy Hambleton, CPA, on international and U.S. accounting standards
- XBRL International’s Mike Willis, CPA, on the global effects of XBRL
- Judy O’Dell, CPA, CVA, on changes to private company financial reporting
- Microsoft’s Bob Laux, CPA, CMA, MBA, on sustainability in a global market
- PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Scott Thompson, CPA, on international government contracting
The cost is $399 for state CPA society members who register by September 17. After that, add add $75. Plus, if you enroll four or more people from the same firm at the same time, take $25 off per person.
Register online or call (800) 341-8189. See you there!