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Moores Rowland to expand media team

Moores Rowland is planning to build the biggest media team outside of the Big Four, its managing partner Fiona Hotston Moore says today

Speaking to Accountancy Age’s sister magazine Best
Practice
, published this week Hotston Moore reveals her ambition. ‘Getting
the first couple of clients in an area is always difficult, but once you have
actually convinced those clients by giving them a really good service and
showing them that you do know what you are talking about, everything else
snowballs.’

The firm works for Future Film Group amongst others. But it is small relative
to bigger media players like Tenon, Grant Thornton and Baker Tilly. Its revenues
last year were £12.2m, which would place it 35th in the Accountancy Age Top 50
survey.

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