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Any questions for people coach Joanne Wharam?

Welcome back to our QA sessions with influential voices in the accounting sector. Today, it’s Joanne Wharam. Joanne  is a people and team development Coach, SMART Support For Business.  She is a speaker, author and coach who has worked for over 10 years helping accountants improve their businesses, their teams and ultimately their lives.  Did you go to […]

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BrandWatch: Elaine Clark to advise Coconut

Award-winning accountant Elaine Clark is taking on an advisory role at Coconut, the online current account for freelancers and the self-employed. Elaine created the franchise to make small business accounting as efficient and cost effective as possible so this move makes perfect sense. Sam O’Connor, Co-Founder and CEO says: “Coconut is bringing banking and accounting […]

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Peter Sawrij welcomes Frances Lornie and Max Lawton to The Yorkshire Accountants: Thomas Coombs

Yorkshire Accountants opens its doors to two new starters

Long-established Leeds accountants Thomas Coombs has welcomed two new members to its team as it continues to expand in the region. Known as the Yorkshire Accountants, the firm has been offering training places at its practice since 1878. Trainees Frances Lornie and Max Lawton will be helping a range of clients while also completing their […]

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‘Life’s too short, so do something you enjoy, both in your career and personal life’

As it’s Mental Health Awareness Week, we’re delighted to catch up with Kath Haines, CEO of CABA, the charity that focuses on wellbeing for accountants. She talks about her career, life and Accountex with Accounting Insight News Editor Ian Moss… The here and now…. What are your favourite early career memories, Kath? To be asked […]

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‘As Virginia Woolf said: a woman must have money and a room of her own’

Caroline Plumb, founder and CEO of Fluidly, talks to Accounting Insight editor Ian Moss about her life and accounting times. The here and now…. What are your favourite early career memories, Caroline? Starting a business aged 21 and pretending we had a switchboard, building the first computers, finding my first customers and growing it! Oh […]

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