On the 14th of March we’re joining forces with Xero UK to host the first Agri Day in Milton Keynes.
In collaboration with the Xero team, we’ve created an agenda packed with high-value, relevant content, specifically tailored to the agri sector. This event has come about from our mutual desire to ensure that UK agri accountants are better served with content and insights to help their business, and are aware of the opportunities available to them through the use of technology.
Similar to our UK launch event in June, we’ll be sharing some news from Xero and Figured, then hear from peers in the industry on how they approaching tech change in agri-accounting. We’ve had a great response from those keen to attend, and we’re looking forward to catching up with our partners and hearing your views.
In line with our vision to connect the farming team and enable collaboration, there will be a mix of accountants, farm advisers and banks in attendance. As we progress with Figured in the UK, we are increasingly finding opportunities for collaboration emerging. This is an opportunity to improve efficiency in the sector as we face into a turbulent period, where farming clients will need both support and leadership.
Some of the content we will be covering on the day, includes:
- The technology landscape that is developing in accounting, and how this will offer opportunities within agri
- The challenges and opportunities the current market offers accountants and their clients
- How firms in the UK are refining their agri strategy and positioning Figured/Xero technology to support their clients
Those interested in attending but not yet confirmed can contact James Higgie to register: email@example.com
If you’re unable to make it on the day, we’ll be sharing material after the session for those interested. Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send it out to you.
While this is currently the only Agri Day we have scheduled, our aim is to continue to periodically bring together those in the industry to provoke interesting conversations. We’ll keep you up to date here on the blog, or via email about upcoming events.
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone on 14 March.