South Africa

Register now for the 2020 virtual SAIPA Accounting iNdaba

Last year, the South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) held its first ever Accounting iNdaba in Cape Town as a platform for finance & accounting practitioners to engage on the future of their profession, impacted by radical, disruptive technologies. The event was a resounding success.

This year’s first virtual conference, the Accounting iNdaba 2020 aims to keep you Covid-safe, coming to you live in the security of your own home.

You’ll experience a fully-interactive event that puts you at the centre of the excitement.

Both Members and Non-Members are welcome to register – simply go to MySAIPA, and create a profile to REGISTER NOW

Date:4 November 2020

Venue:Your phone, tablet or browser

Date:5 November 2020

Venue:Your phone, tablet or browser

Topics

You can look forward to an agenda that is packed with valuable relevant, practical, and thought-provoking topics such as:

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