The Finance & Accounting Evolution:Don’t Get Left Behind.

Against the backdrop of change and uncertainty, there’s an immediate need for the finance function to evolve. The opportunity has never been greater, the stakes have never been higher, and the risk of doing nothing is growing every day. What’s a Senior Finance Executive to do? Join us for this insightful webinar on Thursday, March 22 at 10:30 am PT/1:30 pm ET with Tom Hood, author, speaker, and CEO of the Maryland Association of CPAs. Tom will share his professional insight on how to help the finance function lead in this evolution
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