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The Digital Accountancy Awards 2018 winners announced

The winners of the Digital Accountancy Forum & Awards 2018 were revealed during a gala dinner held at the Waldorf Hilton in London on 4 October.

Following an interesting conference during the day which included keynote speeches and panel discussions from a range of speakers from the profession, the awards helped showcased some of the best of the best in the accounting industry.

The award winners were:

  • Network of the Year — BDO
  • Association of the year  — Allinial Global
  • Rising Star Association   — Abacus Worldwide
  • Audit Innovation — Deloitte
  • Employer of the Year — Crowe
  • Accountancy Software — Iris
  • Expense management — AutioEntry
  • CRM — Satago
  • Comms campaign network/ association — Praxity
  • Comms campaign body — CPA Canada
  • Though leadership — CPD Worldwide
  • Professional Body —IMA
  • Young Accountant —Green Hasson Janks / CPA: Amy Eybsen
  • Advisory — Mazars
  • Sustainability — Auren
  • Capacity building — Nexia TA
  • Rising Star Network —Daxin Global
  • Personality of the Year — Nexia SJ Tanzania / Founder and Managing Partner: Sujata Jaffer
  • Lifetime achievement —International Federation of Accountants CEO: Fayez Choudhury
  • Editor’s choice —Franciscos Koutentakis & Luis Viana

 

Group editor of The Accountant and International Accounting Bulletin Jonathan Minter said: “The awards evening was a great success which saw many competitive entries from across the profession. I would like to say congratulations to all the winners and finalists of this year’s awards and a big thank you to all the judges for their help in choosing the winners.”

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