Mitchell Charlesworth announces raft of new client wins
Manchester accountancy firm Mitchell Charlesworth has secured a raft of new client wins across Manchester and the North West.
Six local businesses have appointed Mitchell Charlesworth to provide a full range of financial and business advice services, including audit and accounts, tax planning, VAT, R&D tax credits, payroll and strategic planning.
Mitchell Charlesworth’s new client wins include notable companies in its portfolio such as the award-winning North West recruitment agency, Jobwise, which has been assisting local businesses and job seekers for over 40 years and recently won a hat trick of awards at the Greater Manchester Business Awards in February; and Manchester-based HairShark, an innovative haircare tool that is the world’s first 2-in-1 backcombing brush and gives a perfect bouffant hairstyle.
The firm has also been appointed by Thrive Media Group which owns Add People, one of the UK’s largest digital marketing agencies. Headquartered in Altrincham, the company specialises in helping SMEs with their digital marketing. It has 150 employees advising over 3500 clients across the globe on their digital marketing strategies.
Other recent business wins for the firm include Urmston-based Kin Bakehouse & Kitchen, an independent cafe bakery business run by two female entrepreneurs; Rochdale charity Link4Life which encourages people to live more active, creative and healthy lifestyles; and Yozu, a specialist software development company that designs intuitive desktop and mobile applications.
Alison Buckley, partner at Mitchell Charlesworth’s Manchester office said: “This is a very exciting time for us with such an influx of innovative and successful new clients and it really is a testament to the strength and expertise of the team that we are celebrating these wins.”
Jamielee Johnston, associate at Mitchell Charlesworth added: “We look forward to working with our new clients and supporting their ambitious growth plans by providing strategic financial advice as well as general accounts and tax services.”