Following the move to new offices at Rhino Court in Hazel Grove, Stockport ’boutique’ accountancy practice IN Accountancy is expanding and has welcomed a number of new faces to help support business growth.
The IN Accountancy team are well known for recruiting experts who fit in with IN Accountancy’s personality.
Jan-Christof Telford brings with him 25+ years of experience as a Chartered Certified Accountant. A Swiss national, he adds a little touch of class to the team with his exquisite taste and love of fine wines. Another keen runner, you might have spotted him recently behind the camera lens at Bramhall ParkRun on a Saturday morning.
Supporting the team with her admin skills is Georgia Walkden. With a degree in Fashion Communication and Promotion, Georgia continues to share her love of fashion via her personal blog and is now using those skills taking care of the company’s social media and marketing projects, as well as supporting Emma who has been running our office since May 2016. Georgia also ensures clients are looked after and the team and our visitors are well hydrated.
Payroll Manager Lauren Winn adds even more glamour to the team. When she isn’t working, looking after her two children, Ellah and Harry, teaching figure-skating, or studying for her degree in Payroll Management you can find her strolling down the runway in her other career as a catwalk model!
Rachel Wood re-joined the IN team after a short time gaining more experience at another firm. Having qualified with us originally at AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians), she is now well on her way towards her Chartered Certified status. A bundle of fun and energy, you can always trust Rachel to find the best places to eat, drink and party all the while showing up in her latest on trend purchases.
IN Accountancy’s managing director Sarah Harkness says the newly expanded IN team is in fine shape for growth:
“We had outgrown our offices in Great Moor. The new offices here at Rhino Court has given us the opportunity to be 100% proactive in our development strategy. We are in great shape for planned growth without putting any additional pressure on our current work load.”