MACINTYRE HUDSON Association has boosted its network with the addition of two new member firms.
Joiners Bloomer Heaven and Tait Walker take the total to eight, bringing in a combined turnover of £86m a year.
Existing members Broomfield & Alexander, Carpenter Box, Henderson Loggie, Larking Gowen and Moore and Smalley and MacIntyre Hudson formed the association last year, with each member responsible for its respective UK region.
Chairman Mike Brown called the approach “innovative”, saying clients will enjoy a broader range of services. “We also hope that by working together, the group will be well-placed to tender for a higher number of national contracts than the individual firms can alone.”
Bloomer Heaven managing director Christopher Stephen-Haynes and Tait Walker managing partner David Arthur insisted the individual firms will maintain their independence, but welcomed the additional resources and expertise association membership will bring.
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