Local accountants win Stockport business award

Stockport Accountants, IN Accountancy, are still buzzing from winning the Most Promising Young Business category in the Stockport Business Awards, last night.

The awards celebrated the best in Stockport’s business community ranging from professional services, IT, logistics, manufacturing and brewing at a ceremony in Stockport Town Hall.

IN Accountancy were up against strong competition including ‘Make Events’ who are one of their clients.

IN Accountancy’s Managing Director, Sarah Harkness, said: “We were up against some fantastic competition and it must have been difficult for the judges to make their decision.

“We are all very excited to be voted ‘most promising young business’ because it demonstrates our go-ahead attitude and how we aren’t afraid to break the mould. What I mean by that is, we do not just provide the traditional accountants’ service of providing sets of figures. We help our clients see that their figures should be used to make good business decisions.  We make something that they have to do into something they want to do, because it is useful to growing their business.”


The awards ceremony was hosted by Key 103’s Chelsea Norris and Ben Poland from organisers, Clarke Nicklin. The event also raised funds for St Anne’s Hospice.

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