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The Digital Accountancy Awards 2019 winners announced

The winners of the Digital Accountancy Forum & Awards 2019 were revealed during a gala dinner held at the Waldorf Hilton in London on 3 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 showcase some of the best of the best in the accounting industry.

The award winners were:

Network of the year – Russell Bedford International

Rising Star Network – Parker Randall International

Association of the year – Praxity Global Alliance

Rising star association – Allinial Global

Audit innovation of the year – PwC

Advisory project of the year – SKP Business Consulting, a Nexia member firm

Sustainability champion of the year – IAPA

Accountancy software of the year — Inflo

Expense management software of the year — Xero

CRM software of the year — Symphony

Communications campaign of the year — Nexia SAB&T

Thought leadership initiative of the year — ACCA

Professional body of the year — ACCA

Accounting capacity building — ICAEW

Young accountant of the year — Jigar Doshi

Personality of the year — Stephen Hamlet

Lifetime achievement —Raul Corrêa da Silva

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