Energy from a traditional source – Conference that will re-charge you
November 4-5, 2015 at TOP HOTEL Prague and Staropramen Prague Brewery premises
The future is being created today
As well as many other fields, internal audit also undergoes a number of changes in connection with the dynamically changing business environment and the legislation associated with it. “Tradition and proven sources have always helped internal auditors succeed in the business world but in order for us to be successful also in the near future it is necessary to bring innovation and a new insight into our profession”, Tomáš Pivoňka, President of the Czech Institute of Internal Auditors, assesses the current situation. The goal of the conference is to understand the current needs of customers more profoundly and, in connection with the latest information and trends within the field, to find an optimum way for using the strengths of internal audit to satisfy them.
In order that this objective is achieved, invitation to the conference was accepted by a number of renowned speakers from the profession as well as a number of personalities from the business sphere from the Czech Republic and abroad. The speakers will include, for example, Angela Witzany, Vice President of the European Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditors and President of IIA Austria, Carmen Abela, President of IIA Canada, Miroslav Kala, President of the Supreme Audit Office of Czech Republic, Martin Novák, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of ČEZ, and many other notable personalities. Also, one of the highlights of the conference will be the speech of Roman Šebrle, Czech Olympic winner and one of the best decathlon athletes of all times, on the topic of motivation.
We are celebrating 20 years!
The history of the Czech Institute of Internal Auditors (ČIIA) dates back to 1995, and thus the international conference also features celebrations of the significant 20th anniversary of its operation. ČIIA has been pushing, in the long term, for promoting and supporting the development of internal audit in the Czech Republic , and as of today it has over 1,000 registered members. In the context of this extraordinary moment, Ivo Středa, historically the first President of ČIIA, will also give a speech at the conference besides Tomáš Pivoňka, the current President of ČIIA, and they will both declare and summarise the progress of internal audit in the Czech Republic for the past period and perhaps reveal partially the outlook of this profession for the future, too.
Re-charge yourselves from a traditional source
A gala evening for all visitors to the conference, lecturers and partners is prepared on the premises of the Staropramen Brewery in Prague to spend the boundary between the two conference days in a pleasant socially attractive manner. After the official part, visitors can look forward to a rich evening party, a broad range of the traditional Czech drink, beer, in all of its forms, and a lot of other specialties. An accompanying programme, which will make the opportunity pleasant for an extraordinary meeting and establishing new contacts, is an integral part as well.
The international conference on internal audit is approaching very fast. Be a step ahead and become part of this unique opportunity. Do not hesitate to register; the number of places is limited.
We look forward to meeting you!
Organisers: Czech Institute of Internal Auditors and ABSOLOOK, a leading communication agency
For more information please visit www.ciiaconference.com/en/
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