Making Tax Digital Roadshows – Spring 2017

By Steven Cox | 2nd March 2017 | 13 min read

Have you started your digital journey?

If not, it’s probably time you took a journey of a different kind - to one of our complimentary Making Tax Digital roadshows, appearing throughout the UK this spring.

What's on

Now that HMRC have released firmer details of their new tax and record-keeping requirements, you can start planning ahead with more clarity. Our latest set of roadshows aims to address all the pressing MTD issues and will focus on our pledge to fully prepare you and your clients for the road ahead.

Join IRIS experts and like-minded peers to find out how to take advantage of the changing accountancy landscape, gain practical advice on digital readiness and get a sneak peak at the IRIS solutions that will support this change. 

Dates and locations

Tuesday, 14th March - DoubleTree by Hilton, Bristol North

Wednesday, 15th March - Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel

Thursday, 16th March - St. John’s Hotel, Solihull

Tuesday, 21st March - The Westerwood Hotel, Cumbernauld

Wednesday, 22nd March - Gateshead Marriott Hotel Metrocentre

Thursday, 23rd March - Waltham Abbey Marriott Hotel

It's free to attend but places are limited - reserve your spot today!


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About the author

Steven Cox

Chief Evangelist

Steve is Chief Evangelist of IRIS; a technologist and chartered accountant (FCCA) who looks at how technology can simplify the modern working environment.

He joined IRIS in 2002, who’s career at IRIS has spanned many areas of the business including Customer Support, Engineering and Product Management. His most recent previous roles at IRIS include Senior Product Director and Interim CTO.

Steve has over 18 years of experience in technology and accounting which he uses to work closely with customers, software companies, accounting/governing bodies and the government to champion the digital transformation of UK Education organisations, SMEs and Accountants.

In Steve’s current role as Chief Evangelist, he has looked across the globe at how technology and legislation is changing the roles and requirements professionals in the workplace and looking to the future to predict how their roles will further evolve.