MHA Survey shows mid-sized law firms out-performing their larger counterparts
Our national member organisation, MHA, has recently released the results of their latest national Professional Practices Survey. The findings included: • Limited growth in fee income across most sizes of law firm • Profitability squeeze continues • Ongoing pressure on lockup
Promotion for Steven Burgess
Chartered accountants and business advisors, Larking Gowen, has promoted Steven Burgess to the position of audit manager in its Ipswich office.
Larking Gowen strengthens its Business Recovery team
Chartered accountants and business advisors, Larking Gowen, has strengthened its Business Recovery Team in Norwich with the appointment of Lee Green as its manager.
Shares Bring Business to Life for Pupils
Pupils from Notre Dame High School have been crowned winners of the Schools Fantasy Shares League 2014. A total of 56 teams from 16 schools took part in the challenge, organised by Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors Larking Gowen and the NWES World of Work.
Launch of the new Norfolk Food & Drink Network (NFDN)
A new network for businesses in the food and drink sector in Norfolk is being launched today. Run by representatives of local businesses including Larking Gowen Accountants, Howes Percival, Raffles Restaurants and the Norfolk Food & Drink Festival 2014, the Norfolk Food & Drink Network ('NFDN') aims to bring together local independent businesses operating in the food and drink sector, including commercial buyers and suppliers, to share success stories, address industry concerns and make valuable business contacts.
Team Larking Gowen to take on the East Anglian Team Challenge to raise money for local charities
On Friday 13 June, Luke Morris, Steven Rudd, Lisa Daniels and Chris Vines from Larking Gowen (‘Team Larking Gowen’), will be setting off to the beautiful Lake District to represent the firm at the Barclay’s East Anglian Team Challenge. The Team Challenge is a gruelling 26 kilometre walk, aiming to scale 10 summits over 14 hours with a total height climbed of 2,500 metres. Several local businesses have joined together to take on this challenge with over 50 people due to take part.