New advertising campaigns highlight the benefits of being a client of a proactive and innovative network of accountants.
On the back of successfully delivering services, support and guidance to its 77,000 clients during the COVID-19 pandemic, TaxAssist Accountants is launching new campaigns to attract new business start-ups and those wishing to switch over to a more proactive and supportive accountant.
James Mattam, Group Business Development Director at TaxAssist Accountants, explains, “We’ve had some fantastic feedback from the network’s clients on the speed and comprehensiveness of communications we’ve been providing. The support delivered by the accountants during the lockdown, has made a huge difference to them personally and professionally, as well as ensuring their business’ ability to survive.
“We are now targeting those looking to start a business and business owners who feel unsupported by their current accountant through this challenging time. We believe they will benefit enormously from the quality and breadth of services that TaxAssist Accountants offers, including the very latest software and apps.
“We have also been running a series of webinars to raise our profile with business start-ups, the first of which, ‘Starting a Business’, was held on 1st July. We have also created a new dedicated client hub on our website full of useful content to support clients to manage their business’ finances and to work closely with their accountant in the post COVID-19 environment.”
TaxAssist Accountants across the UK have been incredibly busy over the last few months helping clients with grants, funding applications and furloughing claims. All have continued to fully operate, reporting new business enquiries and client referrals throughout lockdown. Clients can make an appointment either via telephone consultation, video consultation or as they gradually begin to re-open, by visiting a shop or office.
TaxAssist Accountants has ambitious growth plans and also wants to talk to retiring accountants, or those seeking to sell their practices at this time. They can be introduced to a TaxAssist Accountant who is interested in buying a block of fees and will incur no broker fees by selling directly to the franchisee local to them.