Right People to be main sponsor of ACCA Aberdeen dinner

A north-east recruitment specialist is again supporting a key event for accountancy professionals in Aberdeen.

Right People, which provides accountancy and finance personnel for clients, has agreed to continue its sponsorship of ACCA Scotland’s annual members’ network dinner in the Granite City.

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ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants and has more than 600,000 members and students.

More than 100 people are expected to attend the high-profile event being held on Friday, March 10 (2017) at The Marcliffe Hotel and Spa, North Deeside Road, Aberdeen. This year marks the 8th consecutive occasion that Right People has supported the annual event.

Ross Martin, Chief Executive of Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI), will deliver the evening’s keynote address, while The Flying Pigs will entertain guests with their unique brand of Doric humour.

Alex McLeod, Director at Aberdeen-based Right People, said: “We are thrilled to continue our association with ACCA Scotland to support this prestigious event which offers networking opportunities for members from across the north-east.

“The Aberdeen dinner is always a highlight of the year for accountancy professionals and we’re looking forward to hearing from Ross Martin, who will share his wealth of knowledge and experience.”

Craig Vickery, Head of ACCA Scotland, said: “We’re proud to continue our relationship with leading recruitment business Right People. It’s a partnership which has blossomed over the past 8 years and we thank them for their continued support. It’s sure to be a fantastic evening with opportunities to catch up with old friends and make new ones.”

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