CPAs navigate through disruptive change by anticipating the unexpected, making sense of complexity, and transforming data into strategy. Using an extensive variety of business skills including financial expertise, critical and analytical thinking, and collaboration, CPAs bring value to clients and organizations in today’s changing business climates.
This is something Paulina Cameron, CPA, CA, knows better than most. Now the director of Futurpreneur Canada, a national non-profit organization that provides financing and mentoring to aspiring business owners aged 18-39, she’s helping to launch thousands of Canadian businesses through mentoring and financing.
Imagine your company grows 400% practically overnight. Instead of one office and 50 employees in Vancouver, you’re responsible for four offices and 200 employees across North America.
For Eva Fong, CPA, CGA, this was her reality.
Gayle Gorrill, FCPA, FCA, has spent her career as a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) honing her skills as a strategic leader in dynamic organizations.
When Ric Leong, CPA, CA, arrives to work as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Avigilon, he has no shortage of important responsibilities waiting for him. Not only does he oversee the company’s finance team, he has to be on top of investor relations – and the high-tech company looks to him to steer Avigilon through the economic ups and downs of the industry.
When it comes to the workplace, we all have our inner Dilbert. We’re used to our routines and like the status quo. Dare to suggest a change in the way we work— and we feel threatened.
Our CPABC brand strategy was created to raise awareness of the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation.