Miscellaneous 2018

The tax professional of the future

Source: South Australia

Published Date: 3 May 2018


This presentation covers:

  • the case for change " and the inhibitors
  • unprecedented change
  • living in exponential times
  • the sharing economy
  • the professions and the trust paradigm
  • robotics, automation and AI
  • disruptive innovation and how to deal with it
  • a potential future model " The "Trusted Concierge" and the importance of questions and connectivity.

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  • Published By: Stephen Healey CTA-Life
  • Published On:3 May 2018
  • Took place at:Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, Adelaide

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