Registration Now Open for World Congress of Accountants 2018 Sydney, Australia

Dec 14, 2017 | English

The excitement is building and registration is now open for the world’s largest gathering of accountants: the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA) 2018 in Sydney, Australia, November 5-8, 2018.

Held in the new International Convention Centre on the world-famous Sydney harbor and co-hosted by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and CPA Australia, the 20th WCOA promises to be the biggest and most exciting congress yet.

IFAC’s member organizations have always played an important role in telling millions of professional accountants about the importance of WCOA. For WCOA 2018, that role has never been easier.

From now until the congress starts in Sydney next November, our member organizations will have access to innovative, regularly-updated multi-media tools and content including: press releases, social media content, news updates, videos, and photos.

IFAC members will be able to access these materials after subscribing to the WCOA newsletter for regular updates. In the coming weeks, you will receive the newsletter and information on how to set up an account and password to start utilizing the WCOA Brandfolder.

The WCOA 2018 program will explore a range of key themes, including:

  • protecting the public interest and building prosperity;
  • addressing the leadership challenge;
  • embracing disruptive technologies and innovation;
  • enhancing ethics and integrity; and
  • exploring sustainable solutions to business, social enterprises, and economies.

ACCA and one of Australia’s leading universities, RMIT, are WCOA 2018’s debut sponsors but there are many additional sponsorship opportunities available. Email info@wcoa2018.sydney for further information.

 
 

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