The National Association of Black Accountants Inc. - NABA Convention & EXPO 2017

2017-06-06 - 2017-06-10
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Welcome to the 46th Annual NABA Convention & Expo! The 2017 convention will be held June 6-10, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana. New Orleans provides the perfect backdrop for a week of high-energy networking, relationship building, learning and recognizing individuals who have contributed to NABA's success and history. Join more than 2,000 members, partners and guests in the “Crescent City” at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside as we explore the convention theme, “DARE to LEAD”. The 2017 NABA National Convention & Expo will prepare accounting, finance, and consulting professionals to succeed in the uncertainty of the emerging professional landscape as bold leaders who can thrive in a constantly changing global economy. By enhancing an understanding of how accounting and finance intersect with other fields and operations, attendees will learn to navigate a future which rewards those with the courage to be first, to pioneer new approaches, and to boldly rethink standard practices. Proficiency in one area of expertise may no longer be enough to advance, yet opportunity abounds for problem-solvers and change agents with the ability to connect people, technologies, disciplines, cultures, and ideas from cross-sections of industry and society in new and more effective ways. The 2017 NABA National Convention & Expo will position registrants to enhance their professional competencies, refine technical skills, and build personal brands as disruptors of the status quo with the competence, context, and capacity to DARE to LEAD.
Future dates
2018 Orlando Marriott World Center Orlando, FL June 13-17, 2018 2019 Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Las Vegas, NV June 19-23, 2019 2020 JW Marriott Indianapolis and Indianapolis Convention Center Indianapolis, IN June 9-13, 2020

Partner Voices

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