Success means move for Ipswich firm
BUSINESS growth has forced an Ipswich-based accountancy firm to move to larger offices – less than four years after the practice was founded.Despite the move, however, the two partners in David Verney & Co are determined that their business will not become volume driven in terms of client numbers – as is the case with some larger accountancy practices.
BUSINESS growth has forced an Ipswich-based accountancy firm to move to larger offices – less than four years after the practice was founded.
Despite the move, however, the two partners in David Verney & Co are determined that their business will not become volume driven in terms of client numbers – as is the case with some larger accountancy practices.
Instead, David Verney and Paul Celerier, who operate from the town's Felaw Maltings, want to create a working environment that is both satisfying and enjoyable, while providing services and advice which their clients truly value.
"We are able to offer clients a personal and committed service at value-for-money fees," said Mr Verney.
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"Strong relationships and effective communication foster a clear understanding of each clients needs, so that help and advice are readily available and services are provided on time."
Whilst accountancy, audit and tax work will remain important to the firm,
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equal importance is attached to the provision of management support and
advice to clients – particularly to start-ups and growing businesses, said Mr Verney.
The two men were previously partners in a large firm of chartered accountants in the region, for seven and fifteen years, respectively.