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PwC have become the latest high profile name to join South West Growth Service’s partner team, providing invaluable startup and scale-up support to aspirational businesses across the South West.
PwC have developed a tailored accounting service for ambitious start-ups, called My Financepartner, which brings together trained accountants, specialist bookkeepers, payroll professionals, tax advisors and leading cloud technology to meet even the most demanding business needs.
Chris Lorimer, Director of South West Growth service, said “We were delighted to bring PwC on board as many of our clients and contacts who are growing rapidly have more complex needs that need the additional boost that PwC can offer. Whether they are exporting across multiple jurisdictions, are considering more complex organisational structures or they have multi-layered supply chains, PwC has the experience and insights to support them”.
Emily Steed, Senior Manager at PwC, said “We are delighted to be in partnership with South West Growth Service and look forward to working with the companies within their ecosystem. We love spending the time getting to know our business clients, understanding what’s important to them, and operating alongside them to help provide financial insights to enable them to boost the financial performance of the business.”
“The South West”, continued Emily, “has an enormously wide ranging and innovative entrepreneurial landscape. We will be challenging them to demand more from their financial advisers – we are absolutely committed to helping them grow over the long term”.
To find out more about the SME support offered through PwC – contact email@example.com
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