More than 40% of craft breweries are expected to go out of business due to the coronavirus pandemic.* It could take as long as five years for adult beverage consumption to return to 2019 rates.** Now more than ever before, your clients in the brewing, wine making, distilling and cannabis industries need your guidance to navigate new revenue opportunities, rules, and regulations.
Join us for the 2020 Bottles, Brews & Buds Virtual Conference as we delve into the unique accounting, tax and business issues that affect these industries. Hear from experts across the Northwest as they share the latest updates. Connect with other CPAs in your field. Register for this unique conference today!
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A joint conference, presented by the Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington Societies of CPAs.
Accounting within the adult beverage industry. Mitigating risks in the cannabis industry. 471c Methodology Panel. Women in Cannabis Panel. Pandemic Pivot. Tax and Audit Update: Cannabis.
Accounting professionals in Alcohol and Cannabis industry
Attendees will leave the conference with new insights and an increased understanding of the issues and challenges for accounting in the wine making, brewing, distilling, and cannabis industries.
- “Brewers Association Survey: 46% of Craft Breweries Say They May Be Forced to Close Within 3 Months,” Justin Kendall, Brewbound, April 7, 2020, https://www.brewbound.com/news/brewers-association-survey-46-of-craft-breweries-say-they-may-be-forced-to-close-within-3-months
** “The global liquor industry might not fully recover for another five years,” Rachel King, Fortune, May 26, 2020, https://fortune.com/2020/05/26/alcohol-consumption-liquor-industry-coronavirus-pandemic/
Non-Member Price $315.00
Member Price $315.00