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Business Cloud Summit 2010 - free ticket offer

As some of you may know, our sister site stages an annual Business Cloud summit, which is where we held last year's controversial fringe panel meeting between a number of suppliers and accountants.

This year, Cloud accounting has moved onto the main platform, with an afternoon session devoted to Counting on the Cloud, which will feature ICAEW IT Faculty head Richard Anning and Rex Harrison, the chief operating officer (formerly CFO) of i-nexus.

The session will consider why finance has been one of the laggards of Cloud Computing adoption and hear how some finance are now leading the rest of the profession in that direction - with practical pointers drawn from front-line experience.

The Business Cloud Summit 2010 takes place on Tuesday 30 November at the Hammersmith Novotel, London W8. Please follow this link if you would like to attend and take advantage of our exclusive free ticket offer. (Make sure to use this link only - you could be charged a fee if you try and book through the normal Business Cloud Summit site registration system).

mkcdavies's picture

Form doesn't work?

mkcdavies | | Permalink

John - when I fill out the form, it takes me to a BusinessCloud9 page that says:

Access denied

You are not authorized to access this page.

i had this yesterday too

carnmores | | Permalink

maybe there are no tickets..............bit like flying easyjet............

John Stokdyk's picture

Sorry about problems

John Stokdyk | | Permalink

I'll check with my event colleagues - you may need to register with to gain access. Sorry.

Update: No, it's not down to being registered on the website, it's something to do with how they've set up the promotional page for Aweb members. I've passed your details to my colleagues Mark, so they should be in touch.

If the automatic routine isn't fixed and you'd like to attend, please say so here and I'll forward contact details to the events team.

Cloud technology, eh?

UPDATE 5 Nov: My colleagues in Bristol have spotted and eradicated a minor coding glitch. It should be fixed now.

Hugh Scantlebury's picture

Worked for me

Hugh Scantlebury | | Permalink

Looking forward to it. 

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