The big guns are being rolled out for a major charity seminar at The Tank Museum in Dorset this month.
Top speakers, including specialist fundraising and business recovery experts, will be taking part in the event staged by chartered accountants and business advisers PKF Francis Clark.
The Bovington seminar, on Tuesday May 16, is one of four being held by the firm across the South West during May.
They aim to provide an overview of the most important developments in financial matters affecting the charitable and not-for-profit sector.
Subjects due to be covered include fundraising, financial reporting, VAT, investments and insolvency.
The speakers at the Dorset event include Lucinda Coleman, PKF Francis Clark’s Business Recovery Partner, and James Evans, a Partner with law firm Tozers LLP.
Mike Bath, Charity and Not-For-Profit Director at PKF Francis Clark, said: “We’re expecting a big attendance for what should be a fascinating and highly informative seminar.
“There will be opportunities throughout the event to ask questions during the sessions as well as speak to presenters on a one-to-one basis to follow up on issues raised.”
There is no charge to attend but places are limited. Bookings can be made on online at www.pkf-francisclark.co.uk/events or contact Devon Hawes, Events Co-ordinator, on 01803 320100, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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About PKF Francis Clark
Chartered accountants and business advisers PKF Francis Clark has annual revenue of £38 million, a team of more than 600 people and 58 partners. Founded in 1919, the award-winning firm has eight offices across Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset and Wiltshire. PKF Francis Clark is a member of PKF UKI which is ranked 11th in the Accountancy Age 2016 survey of top accountancy firms.