How the role of finance is evolving and how to stay ahead (The Spend Show Ep 3)

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Hannah Murray-Sykes & Mark Cracknell

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Join us for episode 3 of The Spend Show - a show for finance professionals like you. We'll be discussing the evolving role of the finance professional and what skills you need to stay on top. What impact has technology had on finance teams? How are roles adapting? Do you need to become more strategic? How can you upskill? Mark Cracknell (GenerationCFO) will be sharing his thoughts with host Hannah Murray-Sykes (Soldo). We'll be discussing: - The changing role of the finance professional: how has this changed and why? - What skills do finance professionals need to stay ahead in their career? - What impact has the role of technology had? Which roles are most likely to be impacted? Mark Cracknell is Head of Research at Generation CFO. He liaises with the +70,000 global community of finance professionals to identify the issues they face, as well as understanding and working with the technology platforms that are available as enabling solutions. Through webinars, articles, podcasts and discussion they aim to help educate the community and understand the ‘art of the possible’ and how this can be successfully delivered. Host Hannah Murray-Sykes is currently Head of Portfolio Marketing at Soldo. She’s spent her career working in fast-growing FinTech and MarTech businesses, leading multi-disciplinary marketing and commercial product teams. She’s also handy with a foreign language or four.

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Companies need to spend money to make money. But while banks are great at one-to-one transactions, businesses have many buyers, many ways to pay, and many reasons to spend. It’s tough to track what’s being spent, how, where, and by whom – costing businesses time and money. So, we created Soldo to bridge the gap between banks and businesses. We’re on a mission to help businesses spend, the brighter way.