The International Association of Book-keepers have held their Finance and Small Business Awards ceremony celebrating the hard work and achievements of education institutions and organisations, bookkeepers and accounting individuals.
Around 130 individuals attended the event held at the House of Commons in London on the 10th December 2015 to join in the celebrations and help congratulate the winners of the night.
Awards were handed out to people from across the UK with Samantha Nicholson from Sheffield picking up the ‘Accountant of the Year Award.’
Samantha Nicholson, owner of accountancy firm Nicholson & Co, fought off contenders across the UK to scoop the award for her excellent range of accountancy services available to business in the Sheffield area. Samantha said,
“Winning this award is amazing and shows local businesses that we are committed to helping them and their businesses, providing more than just basic average accountancy services.”
Chief executive of the IAB, Malcolm Trotter explained; “Samantha stood out as a strong contender, through her ability to adapt her offering to meet the needs of individual clients.”
Rochester based bookkeeper Katie Mosey also fought off a number of contenders for the ‘Bookkeeper of the Year’ award at the event.
Katie set up her business KSM Bookkeeping last year and offers a range of services including payroll and VAT returns.
“Her commitment to making a real difference for her clients is second to none and I’m delighted that her achievements have been acknowledged in this way” explains Malcolm Trotter.
Four people accepted the ‘UK Gold Centre Award’ on behalf of the centres that were awarded the titles. Golding Computer Services, Bournemouth & Pool College, Belfast Metropolitan College and Newport Community Learning & Libraries are all celebrating after picking up the awards for their services. Malcolm Trotter said that the four education centres have “once again demonstrated consistently high standards of performance and were awarded the title for their outstanding achievements with regards to their clients studying for IAB qualifications.”
The International Association of Book-keepers based in Maidstone, Kent, appreciated all the people and organisations from across the globe turned up to help celebrate the achievements.
The award winning bookkeeping body is one of the most prestigious not-for-profit organisations in the world, providing bookkeepers to businesses and courses and qualifications of all levels to individuals wishing to study and become a bookkeeper or accountant. If you are struggling to find the time to manage your books, find an IAB regulated professional bookkeeper for your business. For more information visit the IAB website.
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