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AAT cancels face-to-face events until 2021

The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) has cancelled all of its face-to-face events until at least 31 December 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The organisation had previously cancelled all of its face-to-face events until 30 September.

AAT Director of marketing and commercial Andrew Williamson said: “We’ve taken the decision to cancel our face-to-face events until 2021 due to the ongoing impact of Covid-19. We regret to announce these changes but the health, safety and wellbeing of AAT staff and members will always be our priority. 

"We’ll continue to deliver new updates, insights, learning and support through our wide range of online events, including our first-ever virtual AGM this week. And we recently transformed Future Finance – our hugely popular and decade-established annual conference – into two days of digital learning, including live Q&A’s, exclusive sponsor discounts and offers, and a wealth of practical advice, all for free.” 

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