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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Major accountancy firm formalises partnership with Business Lancashire

Business Lancashire and MHA Moore & Smalley are pleased to confirm that they will be working in partnership to help raise the profile of the award-winning accountants and in particular, their new name, MHA Moore & Smalley. As part of the relationship, MHA Moore & Smalley will be sponsoring Business Lancashire’s business directory.

MHA Moore & Smalley, headquartered in Preston and with seven other offices, including Lancaster and Southport, is one of Lancashire’s leading accountants. They have been assisting businesses since 1892 and are a key independent provider of accounting, business advisory and wealth management services.

Danny Houghton, Partner, MHA Moore and Smalley commented: “Business Lancashire is a leading business to business news publications, with a collective monthly audience reach of over 100,000. I look forward to working with them to share some of MHA Moore and Smalley’s and our clients’ good news business stories.”

“Having MHA Moore & Smalley as a partner is another huge step forward for us on our journey to be recognised as a leading business publication, where good news business stories are read and seen” added Sam Whitear, Director, Business Lancashire

“As a fairly new and growing business, our partnerships are key to enhancing our reputation and ultimately paramount to our success. We are proud to have MHA Moore & Smalley on board and we look forward to working with them.”

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