We already have official attendance figures for the fair of professional offices, consultancies and companies, ACCOUNTEX Spain. The event, which has been held with great success in London since 2012, held its first edition in Spain at the IFEMA MADRID Fairgrounds, on November 3 and 4.
The fair was organized in collaboration between Diversified Communications and the Madrid trade fair institution and welcomed 3,200 professionals who attended ACCOUNTEX ESPAÑA to learn about the main challenges presented by the digitization of administrative and accounting processes.
A total of 80 exhibiting companies presented the main technological advances in the accounting, business management and finance sector, along with an extensive training program and high-level content.
This first edition revolved around three strategic axes that will affect not only firms, but also SMEs in the imminent future: relations with the Administration, business digitization and the rise of the so-called costumer centric.
Cristina Claveria Visa, Fair director of ACCOUNTEX ESPAÑA, pointed out that “The celebration of the fair has been a complete success. Accountex is a unique opportunity for professionals to network and keep up to date with the latest developments affecting a profession that is undergoing a paradigm shift. We have received great support from exhibitors and attendees, who consider it essential for the sector to come together in the celebration of a reference fair of this size”.
For her part, the commercial manager of ACCOUNTEX ESPAÑA, Ruth Garcia, thanked all the participants – exhibitors, sponsors, speakers and visitors – for their support of this first edition. The fair had a magnificent reception in the sector, thanks to the joint work with Diversified Communications. He also anticipated that they are already working on the next call, which will be held again at the IFEMA MADRID Fairgrounds, on November 7 and 8, 2023.
ACCOUNTEX ESPAÑA 2022 was supported by the Spanish Association of Business Consultants (AECEM); the Spanish Federation of Professional Associations of Tax Technicians and Tax Advisors (FETTAF); the General Council of Economists; the College of Economists of Madrid; the General Council of Social Graduates; the Institute of Accounting and Audit of Accounts (ICAC); the Spanish Confederation of Young Entrepreneurs (CEAJE); the Spanish Association of Tax Advisors (AEDAF); the General Council of Administrative Management Associations; ACCA Western Europe; Red.es; the Chamber of Commerce, and Lefebvre.