Price Bailey Norwich moving into larger premises in spring 2018

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As a result of sustained growth, Price Bailey’s Norwich office will be moving into larger premises in spring 2018, remaining on St Andrews Business Park.

The Norwich office recently strengthened its senior team with the appointment of a new director within the corporate team, Karl Gessner and a private client tax manager, Michael Morter, while also promoting Stuart Morton to senior manager and Gary Bugdale to director.

Aaron Widdows, a partner based in the Norwich office, says: “The firm is continuing to grow, particularly at our Norwich office having added 15 members of staff to the team in the last year. Including our new senior appointments, we have increased the overall Norwich headcount by 33%. It’s an exciting time for the firm and the new Norwich office will offer a modern and comfortable setting, with more meeting room facilities and plenty of parking available for our clients.”

Aaron states that the recent growth of the practice is due to the firm’s investment in people, with ongoing initiatives in staff training and employee engagement including internal coaching, talent management programmes and the launch of ‘Smart Working’, its unique flexible working initiative.

The investment was reflected earlier this year when Price Bailey were Highly Commended at the British Accountancy Awards in the ‘Graduate and Non-Graduate Programme of the Year’ category, while at the same time winning the British Accountancy Award for ‘Outstanding Community Engagement and Contribution’ in recognition of the firm’s Corporate and Social Responsibility initiatives.

Aaron added, “Our people play a key role in our strategy and will support our aim to become the leading mid-tier accountancy practice in East Anglia. We are currently recruiting for 33 vacancies across the practice, many of which are completely new positions. With such a talented and motivated team, I am confident our growth and success will continue as we move into our new Norwich office in 2018.”