November 29 ,2016 | by Erin O’Neill

Sage’s global event is coming to London

Sage’s global event

Accounting software company Sage has announced that its annual global event road show will be coming to London next year.

The Sage Summit Tour will be held in London from 5th April to 6th April 2017 and will offer learning, training and networking opportunities for entrepreneurs.

Essential

According to Sage, the Sage Summit Tour is the world’s most essential series of events for entrepreneurs and those building a business and offers a personalised and interactive learning experience.

Entrepreneurs who attend the event will be offered mentoring sessions and will have the opportunity to listen to speeches from high-profile business leaders.

The tour will cover a number of topics, with partners and accountants being the main focus on the first day and technology and product sessions for entrepreneurs being covered on the second day.

Sage Foundation will additionally be providing delegates with the opportunity to volunteer and support the company’s investment in local charity partners.

The event is suitable for businesses of all sizes and stages, from start-ups to more established businesses.

Critical

Sage Chief Marketing Officer Santiago Solanas said: “Small and medium businesses power two thirds of the world’s economy and are the critical economic foundation in the stability and growth of any country.”

He added: “With more than 70 million across the globe and an ever-changing business landscape, regardless of geography, they need an ally on their path to success; someone to help them make sense of it all – and we believe Sage can fulfil this role.”

Erin O’Neill

Erin O’Neill is an LSBF News Writer who reports on small business, careers, technology and education news.

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