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QuickBooks Connect will be back in Las Vegas and here before we know it. Register your interest today, and catch up on video highlights from 2022 below.

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QuickBooks leadership share plans for the future

Get inspired by Intuit leadership and industry experts as they share unique perspectives on the future of business, technology, and partnership.

Welcome to QB Connect Las Vegas

Tune in to our 2022 kick-off keynote from Alex Chriss, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Intuit’s Small Business & Self-Employed Group.

What’s next for QuickBooks?

Celebrate with Intuit Leaders Ted Callahan and Ashleigh Sutter in reuniting the partner community—Vegas style.

QuickBooks Innovation Spotlight

Dive into the latest product innovations with QuickBooks Senior Leaders Cassie Divine and Rania Succar.

2022 agenda highlights

QuickBooks Connect 2022 offered 3 days of expert-led content designed for accounting professionals and QuickBooks platform partners. Explore the sessions below for a recap of the experience.

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days of inspiration


CPE credits offered


breakout sessions



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QuickBooks Connect is a global event series that brings together accounting professionals, QuickBooks platform partners, and the ecosystem that surrounds them. The event aims to provide opportunities to learn, be inspired, and build relationships to power our collective growth.

QuickBooks Connect 2022 was an in-person event with no virtual program.

You can earn up to 21 CPE credits. We offer 10 hours of CPE credits during the event. Plus, an additional 11 credit hours will be available online through optional, post-conference self-study webinars. (Sponsor ID #111889) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:

Refer to this CPE guide for more information on all CPE-accredited sessions.