ABOUT THE CONFERENCE Industry experts will dive into the key issues of the day, providing attendees with timely updates, best practices and key information to help better serve their clients and businesses. Attendees also benefit from technical information sessions with specific tracks focused on accounting & auditing, planning and business management solutions. Every aspect of the industry will be discussed from software compliance issues and internal audit processes to the metrics of evaluating buy/sell situations, and merger & acquisitions.
Decisions, Impacts and Opportunities FOR YOUR DAILY OPERATIONS
Election results and domestic and international economies are just part of the picture. In the coming months, will you or your auto dealership clients feel the effects of consolidation, cybersecurity issues and emerging industry disruptors, such as ride sharing apps and self-driving vehicles?
Look to the AICPA Auto Dealership Conference for guidance on what’s new and what’s coming so you can maneuver into the best position for success.
Our committee is hard at work curating your Auto Dealership Agenda. Come back in May to see the full list of sessions and descriptions.
Who Should Attend
• This is your Prime Target Market • Showcase Products & Services • Stand Out as a Leader • Build Brand Awareness • Network with New Clients • Strengthen Relationships with Existing Customers • Check Out your Competition • Reach True Decision-Makers • Reach & Exceed Sales Goals • Increase Market Share
Leaders/Consultants in the area of:
• Accounting Software • Payroll/Payment Systems • Dealer Management Systems • Recruiting/Networking • Automation/Paperless • Inventory Services • Sales/Lead Generation • Financial Accounting • Dealership Construction & Renovation • Risk Management • Business Advisory Services • Cloud Computing/Cloud Solutions • Expense Management Services • Accounting Reconciliations • Technology Solutions • Tax Incentives/Cost Segregation • Succession Planning • Valuation Services • Reinsurance • Document Services • Data Management & Security • Financial Services • Forensic Accounting • Audit Services
Founded in 1887, the AICPA represents the CPA profession nationally regarding rule-making and standard-setting, and serves as an advocate before legislative bodies, public interest groups and other professional organizations. The AICPA develops standards for audits of private companies and other services by CPAs; provides educational guidance materials to its members; develops and grades the Uniform CPA Examination; and monitors and enforces compliance with the profession’s technical and ethical standards.