Two years of restricted air travel and having to resort to virtual meetings, highlighted the importance of physical interaction. Whilst the digital world ensured that businesses stayed in the race, the elimination of human contact strained relationships and connections.
Alot has changed since the last conference in New Dehli back in 2019, and as the world adapts to a post pandemic reality and seeks a return to a new reality, we are now on the doorstep of getting the chance to reconnect with our colleagues face to face at the 2021 Clarkson Hyde Global Conferene happening in Malta this November at the Intercontinental Hotel.
This confernece will provide fertile land to grow our relationships, reconnect, realign and help each other develop ourselves and our businesses in the current post pandemic climate. Not only is this an opportunity to reconnect but also to welcome new memeber into our group, whilst adhering to strict Covid-19 protocols.
As in prior editions, the conference will include a valuable and enjoyable busineess programme which also includes a social and cultural touch. Held in smaller groups over the three day event, workshops will feature discussions and brainstorming sessions aimed at specific topics relevant to the world of accountancy
As part of the social agenda, Mdina & Valletta will provide an amazing backdrop for events such as a tour of the grand harbour and visits to the various gardens, and other cultural hotspost in the country’s present and former capital cities.
Clarkson Hyde Global are an international alliance of accountants, auditors, tax specialists and business advisers, working with small to medium-sized companies all over the world to help them achieve their goals. With over 800 professionals and 100 partners engaged in assisting clients in 35 worldwide countries, CHG are committed to provide seemless, partner-led support and an exciting alternative to the large advisory practices