Accountancy and advisory firm Hentons is expanding its Sheffield operation and creating a national hub for digital excellence.
The firm has moved to larger offices in the Kollider technology hub at Castle House in Sheffield and is seeking to expand its team.
The Sheffield team includes a wide range of skills from management accountants to independent financial advisors. It is also home to a growing digital team that uses the latest technology to create management information platforms for businesses.
Tim Baum-Dixon, director of Hentons in Sheffield, said: “Our new office provides a link into a vibrant digital community and supports our continued expansion in the Sheffield market. It further adds to our credentials as a leading digitally enabled and technology-focused accountancy firm for entrepreneurs ranging from manufacturers to the creative and entertainment industries.
“The move puts us in the heart of the tech and start-up community in Sheffield and it is an excellent base to expand our music and entertainment services outside of London.”
Hentons has extensive experience in helping companies fund innovation and growth with the help of the government’s R&D tax credits and creative industry tax reliefs scheme.
Baum-Dixon said: “The R&D tax credits and creative industry tax reliefs schemes are designed to reward UK companies for investing in innovation. It helps businesses to invest in accelerating product development, hiring new staff and ultimately growing.”
Hentons supports the development of its clients’ businesses with a partner-led and multi-disciplinary range of skills and consultancy services. Clients benefit from a sector-led approach that ensures fresh thinking and constructive challenges with a practical understanding of the issues they face.