This year’s Praxity Global Conference in Sydney explored tales of the old, news of the new, ways of celebrating diversity plus the distinctive ideas and energy, of those young adults who’ll be shaping the future workforce.
We’ve already published more than 300 articles covering everything from topical current affairs and developments in global business or regional economies, to news from Praxity participant firms and developments in the Praxity services available to support their work with clients. You can find all this and more here.
Brand new brand, website and digital magazine help Praxity Participants champion global business success
As a global alliance of independent accounting and consulting firms, Praxity knows that engaging wit ...
Praxity’s all set to make Chicago our kind of town
As Praxity’s North American International Tax Conference makes a welcome return to the windy ‘city in a garden’, we look at what makes these ever-expanding annual events so distinctive … and popular.
Praxity picks up Campaign of the Year Award with its insightful evolution
We’re delighted to report that Praxity’s programme of industry-shaping debate and commentary has won Campaign of the Year at the Accountant & International Accounting Bulletin’s Awards 2018.
Digital tax becomes global battleground
Plans to tax digital firms have exposed deep divisions around the world.
Bye for now, In the Loop
You may have noticed some changes we’ve already made to our digital and printed communications, find out what we are planning next.
What do we think about think tanks?
In a ‘post-truth’ world where debate is just as often framed by emotions as by details of policy, think tanks are under attack.
UK accounting firm Shorts joins Praxity Global Alliance
UK accounting firm Shorts expands its reach and enhances its services by joining Praxity Global Alliance.
The world economy is heading for trouble, says the IMF
How seriously should we take the warning?
How Praxity firms are helping not-for-profits overcome major accounting challenges
The not-for-profit (NFP) sector faces an increasingly complex set of accounting challenges that escalate considerably in the international arena.