Hughes Pittman & Gupton, LLP, a Triangle-based CPA firm serving the financial management needs of local, multi-state and international businesses, as well as their owners, announces today its sponsorship of the 32nd annual Business Week event hosted by the University of North Carolina Wilmington. HPG firm members Brooks Malone and Linda Yoquelet are featured speakers.
“Business Week is always a great experience for the students and guest speakers,” says Malone. “It’s a rewarding experience to be able to speak with future business professionals about the needs and opportunities of the business community.”
Linda Yoquelet, director of human resources, will serve on the panel, “Interviewing with a Public Accounting Firm: Do’s and Don’ts” and partner Brooks Malone will be on a panel discussing “Public Accounting: Audit Trends and Changes.” This annual event is designed to help Cameron School of Business students as they prepare for the transition into a professional environment. With more than 100 sessions, the program will feature prominent alumni and executives sharing their knowledge and experiences in business management, marketing, information technology and entrepreneurship. For more information about the event, click here.
About Hughes Pittman & Gupton, LLP (HPG):
For more than 30 years, HPG, an independent, North Carolina CPA firm, has been serving the needs of local, multi-state and international businesses. More than just an accounting firm, HPG provides the right people, right value, right firmsm to assist clients in achieving their financial goals and definition of success. The firm has specialized teams to address the unique needs of owner-managed and investor-owned clients in the following businesses:
- Manufacturing and distribution
- Pharmaceutical and biotech
- Clinical and contract research
- Medical technologies
- Software and technology
- Cleantech energy
- Healthcare services and providers
- Professional services
- Real estate development and construction
- Retailers of consumer services and products