Businesses demonstrate value of belonging to chamber…

TWO Patrons of Dorset Business have demonstrated the value of belonging to the county’s Chamber of Commerce by agreeing to work together.

Chartered accountants and business advisers Princecroft Willis LLP (PcW) called in Dorchester-based Poundbury Systems Ltd (PSL) to give IT and network strategic advice for its new flagship offices at Towngate House, Poole.

Now PSL, which specialises in the supply and support of computer and telephone systems and networks, has appointed PcW to handle its management accounts.

James Robinson, a PcW Partner, has also been engaged to handle the company’s business and personal accounts as well as taxation matters.

Both PSL and PcW are Patrons of Dorset Business. The initial contact between the two firms came at a chamber of commerce event.
Clare Jenkins, a PSL Director, said:

We’re delighted to be working with Princecroft Willis on their prestigious new offices at Towngate House.

Mr Robinson, who acts for a variety of owner managed businesses and business start-ups, said the strategic advice provided by PSL was proving ‘invaluable.’

He added:

We’re very pleased that such a well-respected and dynamic company has become a client of Princecroft Willis.

Founded in 2001 by Clare and Mike Jenkins, PSL now employs ten people, has more than 100 clients across the country and is currently enjoying year-on-year growth of 30 per cent.

The business is the current winner of three categories in the British Chamber of Commerce Awards 2007 (South West Region) – Business of the Year, Impact of Technology on your Business (less than 50 employees) and the Award for Performance Through People.

PcW is the largest firm of independent chartered accountants and business advisers in Dorset and the New Forest, with 16 partners and more than 100 team members. The firm has offices in Bournemouth, Poole and the New Forest.

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