PrimeGlobal consulting leaders and experts from across North America met again this year in Chicago to share updates, discuss best practices and address top issues at the Consulting Practices Group roundtable. View the meeting resources and access other member tools below. Members must be logged in to view the agenda, CPE form and attendee list. For additional assistance, contact Heidi Brundage at hbrundage@primeglobal.net or 678-417-7730, ext. 306.

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Thursday, February 6 - Friday, February 7, 2020

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Heidi Brundage

Member Services Manager - North America

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Heidi Brundage

Member Services Manager - North America

Email: hbrundage@primeglobal.net

Phone: +1 678 417 7730, ext. 306

Heidi manages Special Interest Groups, NA roundtables and key conferences. She is in charge of sharing best practices globally to enhance Special Interest Groups impact for all global members and to identify international opportunities for sharing best practice. Heidi is a CPA and has served the profession for 20 years. Prior to joining PrimeGlobal, Heidi worked with small and medium-sized firms at the AICPA for 7 years and started her career with 2 global accounting firms as an auditor and Human Resources professional.


Contact Heidi Brundage for more information on this event. 

PrimeGlobal organizes a number of industry leading conferences every year. 

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Dallas, Texas

Bright lights, big personalities, shiny cars... In many ways, Dallas is the belle of the Texas ball. From JR Ewing and the TV show Dallas to the Dallas Cowboys and their cheerleaders, this city has made a deep imprint on American popular culture. An upscale ethos makes for an amazing dining scene (you can tell which place is hot by the caliber of cars the valet parks out front).

The museums are not only excellent, but unique – history buffs should not miss the memorials to former president John F Kennedy. And one of the most impressive additions to Dallas’ cultural landscape in recent years is the 68-acre Arts District, now one of the largest in the country.