This series catches up with the winners of last year's Accounting Excellence Awards to discover how their achievements have impacted their firms and what they've learned from the process. Read now to get first-hand advice on how to get ahead in your category and become a 2019 winner.
It’s clear this forward-thinking South West firm has a clear and well-executed growth strategy. With a well-balanced and deliberate mix of organic growth and acquisitions, Monahans has achieved an impressive 22 per cent increase in revenue year-on-year.
The judges agreed Jeffreys Henry LLP exudes a deep sense of confidence that comes from being embedded in its niche – hospitality – and knowing the industry inside out. It understands the unique challenges of this industry, tackling them in an innovative matter and displaying thought leadership in the process.
Our 2018 Software Award judges defined Gary as someone who is prepared to put their head on the line for the accounting profession, pushing product development and holding the government to task with a passion above and beyond that required of any day job.
The judges said this Aberdeen-based practice had found ways to thrive in a region that’s had more than its share of economic problems. Ingenuity is the watchword for Infinity Partnership. Its advisory service – involved in 20 mergers, acquisitions and investment deals in 2017 – shows the practice’s ability to make a real difference.
New Firm of the year award winner Pay Keeper has a wider remit than a normal accountancy practice. Having commanded a niche in the franchise sector, PayKeeper offers everything from training and coaching to accountancy.