The buzz about the 10th Annual Bookkeepers Summit continues to swell as ticket sales start to go crazy...
'Attending the ICB Summit should be at the top of your "must do" list for 2019!' said one of last year's attendees responding anonymously to our Summit Survey. It appears they're right! Unprecedented numbers of bookings have already been taken for the 10th Annual Bookkeepers Summit and the events team is busy curating the best speakers and teasing us with whispers about the 'surprises' they have in store.
On 25 and 26 November we return to the gorgeous Radisson Blu Hotel in Heathrow for two jam-packed days of fun, learning, socialising and eye-opening revelations about your career. Whilst the Radisson is one of Europe's largest conference centres, it's also a place where you instantly feel welcome. You'll have time to get to know your fellow members, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, and be able to change into your evening attire ready for the glamourous LUCA Awards Dinner on the evening of 25th. You might even get time to go to the hotel spa.
"I really like the fact it was in a hotel. It was so convenient having everything in the same place!"
Magali Lovell-Pascall AICB PM.Dip
The UK's flagship event for bookkeepers kicks off on Sunday 24th with welcome drinks for everyone who's arrived early. Nobody is a stranger at the Bookkeepers Summit, so join us at the bar and get to know everyone! The official Summit programme begins at 10am on the Monday morning. The LUCA Awards Dinner and Afterparty take place on the Monday evening so you can dance the night away. The second day lifts off at 10am on the Tuesday after a delicious breakfast for hotel guests, and we should be all wrapped up ready for home by 4pm.
"Excellent experience, great presentations, fantastic location. Brilliant to meet up with other bookkeepers who are doing exactly the same as you and learn from each other. I gained inspiration, knowledge and friendship. [2018 was the] best Summit I've attended over the last 7 years!"
Anonymous survey respondent
The ICB Marketing Team has put together a First Class two-day package, to include the Summit, LUCA Dinner, hotel bedroom and all meals and refreshments over the two days, for only £289 per person. And if you want to share a Twin bedroom with a fellow Summiteer, the price per person is £239.50 each (sharing packages must be booked by telephone).
As with last year, the exciting Summit will be split into keynote speakers and workshop sessions. Listen to some of the world’s renowned thought leaders from the bookkeeping profession and then sit back and take in the latest technical briefings from the leading movers and shakers from the profession. This is going to be a thought-provoking two days that will shape you and your profession over the coming years.
2018 Scaling Your Practice workshop: Claire Packham C.FICB
The full list of tickets and packages can be found here.
Travel options are fantastic: Fly, train, coach, tube. Everything gets to Heathrow. With brilliant prices: Coach from Leeds to Heathrow, for example, from only £15 return. If you want to drive, ICB has negotiated a special car-parking deal with the hotel of only £8 per day.
"A valuable source of information, inspiration and networking with a fair balance of coffee, food and fun."
Lucy Brown FICB PM.Dip
The full programme will be announced shortly. We're offering workshops across the full spectrum from student revision, business start-up, and on to building your practice and scaling-up. We'll be hearing from members who have been there and got the T-Shirt. Bookkeepers are disrupting the accountancy industry and you can be part of the charge. This is a great time to achieve your goals and ambitions and ICB is alongside you all the way. Make sure you follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook to stay in the loop.
If you have any questions or need help selecting the right package, please get in touch with us on 0203 405 4000. Meanwhile, you can view the Bookkeepers Summit photo gallery on Facebook and book tickets now.
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