Azets opens new Beaconsfield office – plans to recruit new staff
Azets, the UK’s largest regional accountancy and business advisor to SMEs, has opened a new office in Beaconsfield to consolidate its Buckinghamshire operations in a single locatIon. The existing Amersham, Bourne End and High Wycombe offices will close, and staff from those offices will all move to the new Beaconsfield site in Burnham Yard, London End, Beaconsfield.
Azets has a wide range of clients in Buckinghamshire, surrounding counties and London, and the offices there have been growing fast. The company plans to add a number of additional staff in the coming weeks and months in the Beaconsfield office, including an audit manager, other audit seniors, and looks forward to welcoming five new trainee recruits later in the year as part of its plans to expand its presence and client offerings in the region.
Stephen Grant, managing partner of the new Beaconsfield office, said, “We are excited at the opportunity to share the announcement of the opening of our new and more modern premises following an extensive refit, now just completed, and we look forward to welcoming our clients there. The significant investment demonstrates our commitment to our Buckinghamshire and other clients and the town, as well as to providing a great working environment for our staff. The feedback from staff received already about their new working environment had been incredibly positive.”
He continued, “As we grow and increase the range of accountancy services we can provide to our clients, it makes sense to have everyone under one roof as we believe this will allow us to service our clients more effectively. The new space of over 4,600 square feet together with our new flexible working policy means that we now have the capacity to deliver on our ambitious expansion plans and continue to hire a wide range of talent from across the South East, including expanding our graduate and trainee recruitment programme. Whether you are an existing client or a prospective client we would love you to drop in for a coffee, you are always welcome and we would love to see you.”