Bishop Fleming picks up 150th academy client

by Kevin Reed

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01 Sep 2014

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TWO MORE academies have awarded contracts to Bishop Fleming, taking the firm's client base in the sector to 150.

The top 40 firm has won contracts with St Piran's Cross Multi-Academy Trust in Cornwall and Regency High School in Worcester.

Joe Scaife (pictured), who heads up the firm's academy team, said the two academies were joining a "real family of clients". They will benefit from round-the-year service including regular seminars, networking events, tailored information from blogs, as well as a "first class" compliance service, Scaife added.

"Bishop Fleming were recommended by another Church Multi-Academy Trust, who spoke very highly of the service they have received," said Nicola Gordon, business manager at St Piran's. "Throughout the daunting conversion process, Bishop Fleming have provided support, templates, and clear & concise information which was easy to understand and complete."

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