ACCOUNTANCY AGE is delighted to launch an award to celebrate the achievements of the newest firms that have entered the profession.
The Accountancy Practice Start-Up Award category has been added to the prestigious British Accountancy Awards.
The new award is open to any practice less than three years old at 31 December 2012. We are looking for vibrant firms that have made a positive impact on their clients and community.
“The tough economic and market conditions have given opportunities for new practices to form and take advantage of change,” said Accountancy Age editor Kevin Reed. “We’re expecting a really competitive set of entries that showcase new service lines, methods of delivery and new ways of thinking.”
For more information, and to take part, visit the British Accountancy Awards website.
The British Accountancy Awards were formed in 2011, following on from the successful Accountancy Age Awards, and represent the best of the practice profession.
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