WELCOME! BRIGHT IS SPONSORING NICHE FIRM OF THE YEAR
It’s that time of year again! The Yorkshire Accountancy Awards 2023 is just around the corner, and this year Bright is joining in the fun by sponsoring the award for Niche Firm of the Year. This award recognises specialist accountancy practices and boutiques.
Niche firms make a huge difference
We all know that tax and compliance can be a tricky business. There are some really special firms working to make sense of the sometimes-weird and always-wonderful world of niche services for their clients. Bright’s excited to join the Yorkshire accounting community in February to celebrate those intrepid souls who dare to dive down the rabbit hole and make it a successful venture.
With the deadline for submissions passed, we’re all on tenterhooks waiting to hear who’s made the shortlist. One thing’s for sure, though; the nominees will all have shown excellence in their area of expertise, just like last year’s winner, YesTax.
The judges said of YesTax’s win: “The winner of Niche Firm of the Year has a unique and notable mission that it carries out with great success, demonstrated by an excellent client retention rate. Its work in the R&D sector is particularly impressive.”
The Brightest sparks in the industry
Bright is proud to support niche firms through awards like these that recognise their hard work, dedication, and expertise—traits we value in our own business. Our software is designed to address a wide range of compliance work, including R&D, Charities, Ministers of Religion and more, making life for accounting firms easier, and their clients’ work simpler.
We’re on a mission to create tools that free up time for accountants to focus on providing quality advice and great value that keeps their clients loyal.
Kevin McCallum, CEO of Bright, said: “I hope this award, and the Yorkshire Accountancy Awards as a whole, encourages more people to recognise that accountants are equipped with a unique set of skills that makes them essential partners in business to their clients. I’m wishing those who have submitted applications the best of luck.”