The conference will take place between 21st – 22nd April and aims to provide a forum for business leaders, policy makers, regulators and finance professionals in both the private and public sectors, to discuss how they can assist Zimbabwe’s economic revival. Speakers include representatives from; International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), ACCA and KPMG as well as other international organisations.
Tendai will be chairing the main panel session ‘Gender Diversity in Leadership – Making the Breakthrough’, alongside the Chief Executive Officer of the Lesotho Institute of Accountants, Likhapha Mahase.
Tendai’s invitation to speak at the Zimbabwe Accountant’s Conference 2016 demonstrates INPACT’s growing profile both in Africa and globally. INPACT’s presence in Africa is growing with a number of firms joining the international alliance in the last few years.
Tendai will also use the event to network with potential new member firms and reconnect with current members.
INPACT continues to welcome new members from across the globe. Extended membership enhances the networking of both existing members and new ones.