Suffolk: EADT Future50 member Miller Wash secures its 100th client
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A Suffolk accountancy firm formed only in March last year is celebrating after securing its 100th client.
Miller Wash, which was recently named in the EADT’s latest Future50 listing of high-growth businesses, is to provide accountancy and tax services to the East Anglia-based Bio Group, alongside high-level strategic support in terms of budgeting and planning.
Bio Group turns organic food waste into renewable energy through a diverse network of facilities across the UK and is run by Steve Sharratt, a member of the CBI climate change board, chairman of the CBI climate change policy committee and a member of the CBI eastern region council.
Cara Miller, who was named Young Businessperson of the Year in the year’s EADT Business Awards and runs Miller Wash with business partner Colin Wash, said: “Bio Group is a significant client for us. Not only is it our 100th, it also adds to the diversity of our portfolio of clients which is great for the business and our staff.
“This year has been an incredible one for us and we have grown from strength to strength. We look forward to more success in 2014.”
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Steve Sharratt added: “We are delighted to be working with the team at Miller Wash, whose values and ambitions for growth are closely aligned with our own.”
Miller Wash offers a variety of services including audit, accountancy, taxation and advisory support, with a particular focus on the not-for-profit sector.
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