Manchester based accountants Alexander & Co, who specialise in working with entrepreneurial businesses, has today announced that it has become an official member of the Northern Powerhouse Partner programme.
The Northern Powerhouse is designed to drive economic growth in the north via investments in skills, innovation, transport and culture.
Stephen Verber, Partner at Alexander & Co said,
“We are delighted to become an official Northern Powerhouse partner. Being headquartered in the North West for over 40 years, Alexander & Co remains committed to promoting the region as an excellent place to do business. Whilst working with companies nationally, we are proud of our heritage and the objectives of the Northern Powerhouse.
“As a company that works directly with many growing businesses, being a partner allows us to work closer with the Northern Powerhouse to help even more companies in the region to flourish.”
Minister for the Northern Powerhouse, the Rt Hon Jake Berry MP said,
“Alexander & Co have an excellent pedigree in helping companies in the North to grow so they are a natural fit for our Northern Powerhouse Partner Programme.
“They are well placed to promote the Northern Powerhouse and support the next generation of entrepreneurial businesses to prosper building further on our record £663.4 million Local Growth Fund investment across Greater Manchester.”
Alexander & Co was established in Manchester in 1976 and offers a range of services such as accountancy, taxation, corporate finance and advisory services to owner-managed businesses across the UK. They can be contacted on 0161 834 4841 or firstname.lastname@example.org
"Alexander & Co have an excellent pedigree in helping companies in the North to grow so they are a natural fit for our Northern Powerhouse Partner Programme."
Jake Berry MP, Northern Powerhouse Minister
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