Committed to supporting Welsh SME accountants and their clients, Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group has strengthened its team in Cardiff with the appointment of Daniel Jeanes as Business Development Manager for its Lifecycle accountancy network.
He joins the company from a leading provider of bespoke professional training programmes, where he held a sales, marketing and business development role.
Daniel is a graduate of University of Wales Institute Cardiff and has represented his country in Australian rules football.
Based in the Leonard Curtis’ Cathedral Road office, he is now tasked with developing the profile of Lifecycle amongst accountants in Cardiff and across Wales.
Daniel is already working with network members to determine how services provided by Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group can support their businesses. Also, within his remit is outreach to those regional SME accountants who have not signed up to Lifecycle, which is free to join and offers them many additional benefits.
Cardiff Director Siann Huntley said: “As the popularity and value of Lifecycle continues to grow regionally, we are delighted to welcome Daniel to the team. He’s already playing a really valuable role in supporting SME accountants and their clients in Cardiff and across the country.
“He brings with him enviable sales and marketing experience and has a proven track record in client services, which will be of huge benefit to those accountants working in and around the city.
Daniel Jeanes said: “The Lifecycle offering ‐ as part of the wider Leonard Curtis professional services portfolio ‐ is a unique and hugely valuable resource for all accountants and SME business owners.
“Our team here is highly skilled in delivering the non‐core services that most businesses need at some point. I’m delighted to play a key role in further establishing Lifecycle amongst accountants and advisers in the city and further afield across Wales ‐ making sure they’re aware of the value that we, as trusted partners, can add.
“Most have never before had access to such specialist services, so the response I’ve already received is hugely positive.”