New St Neots offices for Whiting & Partners

5th February 2019

 

Long-established independent chartered accountants and business advisers, Whiting & Partners, has moved into offices on the Phoenix Business Park at Eaton Socon. The firm took over the McMorran Accountancy practice nearly two years ago and has grown steadily in that time.

 

Associate Paul Jefferson heads up the St Neots’ team of team of 11 staff.

 

“Our new offices are bigger, all on one floor, allowing us to create an open plan working environment. Modern professional services are best delivered through a combination of specialist teams and collaborative working. Having everyone physically working together makes this easier to achieve.”

 

“We now have modern conference rooms for meeting clients and more parking spaces available for both staff and clients”.

 

Whiting & Partners is over 90-years old with more than 150 staff in key market towns and cities of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. (Ends)

 

Date: 05/02/2019

 

Further information from: Victoria Stokes, Marketing Manager victoriastokes@whitingandpartners.co.uk 01284 752313

 



 
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