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It’s a given that the work that Accounting firms do today will look very different in the future. New technologies are emerging that will allow practitioners to gain efficiencies and uncover insights in ways that are not possible now, and firms will need to adopt very different methods to attract and retain great talent and keep relationships with clients healthy and strong. At the same time, competition will come from all sides and the firms that can deliver services in a way that clients need and want will be the ones that survive. Chris Hooper, The Accounting Futurist, will examine the major trends that are likely to disrupt practices in the next decade, and will identify steps that firm owners of all sizes can take now to ensure their firm not only survives, but thrives in the exciting new world of tomorrow.