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No Accounting for Taste ep165: Manifestos, Xerocon, AE24 and M&A

This week the team discuss the political parties' manifestos, Tom Herbert’s Xerocon adventures and the importance of having an M&A strategy. They are also joined by special guest, Mike Goldsmith, to chat all things Accounting Excellence.

14th Jun 2024
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Richard Hattersley follows on from the previous episode of election talk by going through each party's manifesto and the tax promises. The AccountingWEB team look at what’s missing and how the political parties expect to pay for these pledges.

We are joined by Tom Herbert live from Xerocon, giving us the inside scoop on the latest announcements that are being made and some updates on AI.

Our special guest Mike Goldsmith, head of events at Sift, chats about the Accounting Excellence Awards. He shares what’s new and offers some advice on what the judges are looking for in this year’s entries. Goldsmith also reveals an extended entry deadline to 28 June so if you’re interested, click here!

Matthew Ord rounds off the podcast with some M&A chat, looking at the uncertainties that life can bring and why having an exit strategy is so important.

Show timings 

  • 50s Manifestos
  • 10m03s Xerocon 
  • 16m33s Accounting Excellence 
  • 29m30s M&A strategies 

Show notes 

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