THOMSON REUTERS
Future of Accounting: Trends to pay attention to 
Date: August 30, 2022
Time: 2pm ET/ 1pm CT

Hosted by Thomson Reuters

We’re noticing a major shift in the accounting profession. Between the DIY tax trend, talent shortages, and most of the accounting workforce retiring, firms are forced to ask themselves: Are we in need of a new business model? What does that model look like?

We want to hear from you.

Join our interactive, “round-table” webcast event, as Nadine Weiskopf, Product Marketing at Thomson Reuters, Nadya Britton, Market Insights at Thomson Reuters, and Greg Pope, Vice President of Marketing at SurePrep, discuss the trends, issues, and hot insights they’re seeing in the accounting profession – and how it relates to your firm. 

Together, through live polls and Q&A, we’ll explore:

  • How the trend we’re seeing in the profession relate to your firm
  • How your firm relates to others
  • How to structure your business model to move forward successfully
By the end of this live webcast, we’ll have a better understanding of how to be successful in the future of accounting. 

Greg Pope

Greg Pope is the Vice President of Marketing for SurePrep, LLC and directs the planning, design and implementation of all customer facing marketing programs and assets. Greg champions the SurePrep brand to ensure sales, marketing and communications reflect the company’s message, positioning and visual identity. Before joining SurePrep in March of 2008, Greg spent eight years at Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting. Greg has twenty-four years of sales and marketing experience in the tax and accounting industry.

Nadine Weiskopf

Nadine has worked in the Tax and Legal markets for over 20 years understanding the unique problems that practitioners face every day.  She has lead product and strategy teams at companies including LexisNexis, AccessData, and FTD and brings her unique blend of knowledge to Thomson Reuters.  

Nadya Britton

Nadya Britton is the Enterprise Content Manager for Tax and Accounting at Thomson Reuters. She holds a Finance and Economic degree from Baruch College, City University of New York and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.

Nadya’s years at Thomson Reuters, her education, and her business experience inform her role in providing market-leading content for the industry.

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