Burgis & Bullock has made three appointments at its Nuneaton office as it expands its bookkeeping department to cater for increasing demand.
Burgis & Bullock, which also has offices in Leamington, Rugby and Stratford-upon-Avon, has appointed three new specialists to operate from its office at Eliot Park.
It comes after the firm has seen significant growth in that sector of the business and has recently secured three large outsourced contracts for bookkeeping services.
The business has been achieved across a range of sectors including engineering, motorsport, transport, haulage and international trade.
Mandy Smith, from Bedworth, has more than 20 years’ experience in the sector and has spent her career working in Coventry and Warwickshire.
Amber Hartopp, who recently moved to Nuneaton, has three-and-a-half years’ experience in bookkeeping and has worked in the wider accountancy profession for seven years, specialising in payroll and pensions.
Amber, who recently completed the AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting, is seeking to continue her training with Burgis & Bullock and work towards the Level 3 Advanced Diploma qualification.
Sheraz Ahmed completes the trio of appointments and joins from an established Birmingham-based accountancy firm, where he looked after accounts preparation for a portfolio of 75 limited companies.
Burgis & Bullock’s growing outsourced bookkeeping department provides a comprehensive array of services and functions for small and medium-sized businesses and charities.
The firm provides a dedicated individual to manage each client and clients also have access to the support of the wider team at the firm.
Sean Farnell, Partner at Burgis & Bullock and small business accounting expert, said: “We’ve seen significant growth in demand for bookkeeping services and this trio of appointments will support us in catering for that demand.
“We’re delighted to welcome Amber, Mandy and Sheraz to the firm and they are already working in partnership with clients to provide stellar service.
“They will be operating from our Nuneaton office but will be working with businesses across our client base.
“Hiring an outsourced bookkeeper allows businesses to access a higher level of skill and a comprehensive array of service at the fraction of a cost as recruiting in-house talent.
“In recent months we have secured three major new contracts for bookkeeping services and we are expecting to see continued growth in that area.”