Tax Assist Accountants has opened its new firm on Ber Street in Norwich.
Director of the tax firm Jeremy Gilks, was joined by deputy lord mayor of Norwich, Caroline Ackroyd and the chief executive at Norfolk Chambers of Commerce, Chris Sarigisson at the opening of the firm.
Gilks has over 30 years’ experience in accounting across a range of sectors and wants his shop to “become a destination for new start-ups providing a business hub.”
He said: “We do not consider ourselves to be typical accountants, which is clear from the look and feel of our modern shop.
“We are passionate about offering a bespoke, tailored service to every kind of small business clients and we have adopted the latest software on offer, which allows us to be more responsive to clients’ needs and provides greater efficiencies.”
Ackroy added: “It is delightful to see another small independently-owned business become part of the regeneration of Ber Street. Not only that, but TaxAssist works with small businesses and we know the importance of small independent retailers working together.”