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With a growing regional presence and a leading reputation over 125 years as a top UK accountancy firm, Wilkins Kennedy was keen to expand its offering of professional accounting and business advisory services in the Kent region.

The Solution
Wilkins Kennedy acquired further offices in the county, enabling them to strengthen their presence and win further contracts as the word spread about their local knowledge and expertise. As a result, Wilkins Kennedy has further enhanced their understanding of the needs of businesses by working alongside them as they grow and develop.

Outcome Achieved
Due to having closer, more direct relationships with both the clients and the business environment in Kent, Wilkins Kennedy has managed to substantially increase its turnover base and as such provide additional employment in the region for both the professional and administrative staff base.

An office in Sandwich was introduced in 2013 and Wilkins Kennedy was on their way to leading Kent firm status. Today, there are offices in Ashford, where there is 65 resident Partners, Directors and staff; Sandwich with 5 and Orpington with 46.

The firm is firmly committed to serving both longstanding and new clients. Wilkins Kennedy prides themselves on their extensive tax offering, providing day-to-day accounting and a wide range of specialist sectors and services that include corporate finance and recovery, expert witness, human resource and outsourcing.


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