MHA Carpenter Box Gatwick on the move!

Published: 20 Mar 2020

Sussex accountancy firm MHA Carpenter Box is expanding in Crawley as it moves to new offices to meet the growing demand for its services.

The firm opened an office in Gatwick in 2015 and has seen business grow rapidly, outstripping all forecasts. Just five team members initially worked at the office but, just five years later, the number has grown to over 40 business, tax and financial advisers, who work with businesses in and around the Crawley/Gatwick area.

The new, larger premises at Peveril Court, London Road, Crawley – just across the car park from the previous offices – give team members more room and allows for agile working so individuals can work flexibly and with minimum constraints to optimise their performance.

Robert Dowling, Partner and Head of Assurance & Advisory at the Gatwick office, commented: “When we opened in Gatwick our aim was to help our clients grow successful and profitable businesses by delivering specialist business advice using our expertise in accountancy, tax and audit. Our speed of growth has been tremendous and reflects our ability to attract new business and the quality of the service we deliver.”

(Image shows four of the Partners outside the new Gatwick office, l-r: David Crowter, Tony Summers, Rob Dowling and Peter Reading)

www.carpenterbox.com

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