Social accounting: How accountants can make the world a better place

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The ways accountants can make an extraordinary impact on their team, clients and world.

For the last century, the accounting industry has focused on business compliance. But now, with the fourth industrial revolution and tech advancements, accountants have the opportunity to be more than just compliance agents.

Forward-thinking accountants are pledging to a new era of accounting. They are helping businesses become forces for good. They are guiding clients to achieve a triple bottom line: people, planet and profits. They are forging the way forward. They are social impact accountants.

In this webinar, Omer Khan, Karbon’s Head of Customer Success (APAC), is joined by Harvee Pene, accountant, author, speaker and changemaker. Together, they will share:

  • What Social Accounting means

  • How accounting firms are joining forces in making the world a better place

  • The surprisingly simple ways that you can make an extraordinary impact on your team, clients and the world

  • How you can become a social accountant and part of Karbon’s Social Accounting program

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Harvee Pene
Author, TEDx Speaker & Co-Founder, Inspire Accountants

Harvee is an accountant, 2x TEDx Speaker and best-selling author of ‘The STANDOUT Accounting Firm’. He was awarded ‘Australian of the Year nominee’ when his ‘TIP 1%’ giving initiative inspired accountants globally to give 27+ million days of access to food, water, health and sanitation to families in need.

Harvee Pene's headshot. He has short cropped hair and is wearing a gray collared shirt.

Omer Khan
Head of Customer Success, APAC, Karbon

Omer’s mantra is to 'Help People Succeed'. As the head of Customer Success for APAC at Karbon, his role is to help every firm fully realise the value of Karbon, and be an advocate to make sure the product has achieved a perfect match with their needs.

Omer is wearing glasses and a black tshirt, and is standing in front of a red brick wall.