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Accounting Today Growth & Profitability Summit 2012

Accountants, tax practitioners, technology experts and industry leaders converged on Boca Raton, Fla., for Accounting Today's third annual Growth & Profitability Summit.

Accounting Today's Growth & Profitablity Summit Accounting Today's Growth & Profitablity Summit

Small business owner and CPA Gene Marks delivered the opening keynote at the conference.

Gene Marks Gene Marks

Accounting Today columnist Gene Marks talked about economic trends and how they affect accountants.

Jina Etienne Jina Etienne

AICPA director of taxation Jine Etienne discussed how firms should deal with expiring tax provisions and how to stay competitive.

Anthony Reed Anthony Reed

Anthony Reed described his marathon runs across all seven continents, including Antarctica, and how marathon running can be a team sport.

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Daniel Hood Daniel Hood

Accounting Today editor-in-chief Daniel Hood introduced the keynote speakers.

Accounting Today Best Firms to Work For Awards Luncheon Accounting Today Best Firms to Work For Awards Luncheon
Michele Tomassetti of ADP Michele Tomassetti of ADP
Best Firms to Work For Awards Best Firms to Work For Awards
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Best Firms Winner Best Firms Winner

Deborah Sessions of Porter Keadle Moore accepts a first-place award for Best Firms to Work For in the medium firm category from Peter Burke of Best Firms Group.

The FuocoTech Booth The FuocoTech Booth

Paul Trapani of Fuoco Group meets with an attendee

Damien Greathead from 20/20 Group

The CCH Booth The CCH Booth
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The NetSuite Booth The NetSuite Booth
The Engineered Tax Services Booth The Engineered Tax Services Booth
The Office Tools Professional Booth The Office Tools Professional Booth
Amy Selich (left) of ADP Amy Selich (left) of ADP
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Lou Fuoco (center) of Fuoco Group Lou Fuoco (center) of Fuoco Group
Sarah Johnson of Inovautus Consulting Sarah Johnson of Inovautus Consulting
Steven Berger of Vedder Price with Joel Sinkin and Bill Carlino of Transition Advisors Steven Berger of Vedder Price with Joel Sinkin and Bill Carlino of Transition Advisors
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David Falcucci and Joe and Maggie Cyr of Audit Analytics David Falcucci and Joe and Maggie Cyr of Audit Analytics
Bruce Warren and Justin Schafer of Bank of America Bruce Warren and Justin Schafer of Bank of America
Gian Pazzia of KBKG Inc. Gian Pazzia of KBKG Inc.
Steve Brunson (right) of Catalyst CPA Marketing Steve Brunson (right) of Catalyst CPA Marketing
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