Posted on 23 April, 2018  |  2 mins

After last year's successful edition, the 9 Spokes team will be back at Accountex in London on May 23–24. And this time, we’re bringing friends!

We’ll be exhibiting at the event with our partner Funding Options. Funding Options is the leading marketplace for SME finance—or, as best described by The Telegraph, “the matchmaking website for small businesses and lenders”.

For small businesses, we understand that cash flow is their number-one concern. Which is why we developed both a data dashboard that makes it easier to track your company’s financial health, and a marketplace of the best business apps to help you scale your budding enterprise.

We also understand that starting and growing a company requires… well… money. If after connecting your accounting apps to your 9 Spokes dashboard you realise you’re short of funding, then you can come and have a chat with the Funding Options team about all things money—from business loans for working capital to commercial mortgages, invoice finance and asset leasing.

Make Tax Digital for Accountants

V1 Higher Quality 2501 x 1313 2

What to expect at Accountex

As the UK’s number-one exhibition and conference dedicated to the accountancy and finance profession, Accountex certainly lives up to its reputation. Over the two days, attendees will get access to new products, services and ideas from over 200 exhibitors, hear insightful keynotes from leading industry names, and play a part in a huge networking opportunity.

Speakers will include: 

We can’t wait to meet you at BOOTH 776!

You can get your free ticket here. And if you wish to book a meeting, please just send an email to martin.lloyd@9spokes.com.

See you on May 23–24!

Latest Articles

Cloud Tech

Using the 80/20 rule to set your business KPIs

Using the 80/20 rule to set your business KPIs

Cloud Tech

Five big business benefits of Making Tax Digital

Five big business benefits of Making Tax Digital

Retail

A small business guide to beating Brexit uncertainty

A small business guide to beating Brexit uncertainty