Alexander Knight & Co, the accountants for entrepreneurs, has moved to prestigious new office space in the heart of affluent Hale, Cheshire.
The practice, launched by Murray Patt in 2012, had outgrown its old premises near Manchester Airport and says its new location will be a springboard for even further growth.
As well as launching the office, at Westgate House on Hale Road, the practice also unveiled its new sponsorship of Hale Railway Station as well as revealing a clutch of new client wins.
Alexander Knight & Co provides tax, audit and management accountancy services for a range of businesses across the region. It’s growing client base also includes international companies seeking specialist advice on doing business in the UK. New clients include Gresham Wealth Management and Thomas Storey Fabrications Group.
Murray Patt, founder of Alexander Knight & Co, said:
“We are excited to reveal our new office space in Hale village. Our old office, near Manchester Airport, served us well since we launched the practice back in 2012. Since then, we have grown our client base, staff numbers and our services.
“We’ve also developed as a business and we see our new home as a physical embodiment of where we are now and where we are heading as a practice.
“Our new, professional surroundings are perfectly in tune with our culture and better suited to our clients and staff. Not only is the location convenient and easy to access it’s also a stone’s throw from amenities in Hale village and Altrincham town centre for our staff.
“We’ve had a very successful year and we are looking forward to maintaining our growth during 2018 as we seek to expand our team and client base of entrepreneurs across the region.”
"Weve had a very successful year and we are looking forward to maintaining our growth during 2018 as we seek to expand our team and client base of entrepreneurs across the region."
Murray Patt, founder, Alexander Knight Co
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