Taylor was formerly global head of PwC’s information, telecommunications, entertainment and media industry (TICE) practice.
He has over 20 years consultancy experience and will takeover the e-business practice at a crucial stage of its development. According to PwC’s latest figures the e-business practice is growing at 400% a year with revenues expected to reach £1.6bn by the fiscal end of 2000.
‘The greatest demand for our services has been in the business to business sector and we expect this trend to continue throughout the remainder of fiscal 2000,’ Taylor commented.
‘Companies are focusing on setting up online trading communities with their suppliers, distributors and employees as a means of reducing costs and communicating effectively.
Three new partners and seven business restructuring advisers have been appointed to the new Preston office
Merger between Clear & Lane Chartered Accountants and Magma Chartered Accountants was finalised on 3 February
The Top 20 firm has recently advised J S Wright, the mechanical and electrical building services specialist
Promotions have been made in the private clients tax team and corporate business team