A LEADING Worcestershire chartered accountants has invested £100,000 into moving into new offices in the city centre as part of ambitious expansion plans.
Haines Watts, which supports hundreds of businesses across the county, has taken a 2,300 sq ft space at Saggar House, giving it increased visibility, profile and access to a network of partners and intermediaries.
The investment will also support the company’s desire to create a workplace which supports greater collaboration, more dedicated client meeting space and, through integration of new technology, agile working.
“The last twelve months have been extremely challenging, but ultimately rewarding in the way our team has come together to deliver critical advice to our Worcestershire clients when they needed it most,” said Tim Pearce, managing partner at Haines Watts in Worcester.
Haines Watts has six offices in the West Midlands, with Birmingham, Evesham, Hereford, Tamworth and Wolverhampton joining its Worcester operation.
The company has recently set out ambitious expansion plans to increase fees across the region to £15million by 2026 and the creation of 25 new jobs over the next six months.