Our second networking event for the year is here!
VETx in October sponsored by Axcelerate, focuses on legal and accounting practices for RTOs, with guest speakers Scott La Rocca – Senior Associate of HWL Ebsworth presenting on ‘Navigating social media and privacy laws for RTOs‘ and Tony Jolley, CPA of JPR Business Group discussing ‘6 ways RTOs can get the most out of their accountant.’ Come along and connect with others in the VET community over some cheese and wine – what better way to spend the afternoon?
*Limited places available so register your FREE ticket today!
Thanks to our GOLD sponsor
Scott La Rocca – HWL Ebsworth
Currently ranked by a recent survey published by both The Australian and The Australian Financial Review, HWL Ebsworth is the largest legal partnership in Australia.
Scott La Rocca is a Senior Associate in HWL Ebsworth’s Intellectual Property and Technology team, with a particular focus on privacy law, including the Australian Privacy Principles, and requirements under the Spam Act for unsolicited electronic communications and the Do Not Call Register Act for telemarketing. Scott remains abreast of developing trends and innovations regarding technology, social media and communications which enables him to deliver commercially focused and practical legal advice.
Tony Jolley – JPR Business Group
JPR Group have an enviable record of providing innovative solutions for the issues and problems our clients experience every day.
Tony Jolley is the managing Partner at CPA firm JPR Business Group located in Camberwell. Tony started in Public Practice around 1985 and has grown his firm from a one man band and a receptionist to where the firm today has four partners and around 30 staff. His experience and that of his colleagues is around servicing the taxation and business needs of Small to medium businesses, Individuals and superannuation fund clients. Today the firm has branched out from straight compliance to more strategic and planning advice to businesses of all sizes. During his time in practice Tony has assisted with the growth of many businesses and sees the massive changes in computer and cloud technology as being the biggest game changer in how businesses are run and how accountants can be more proactive in helping their clients these days.