Shorts Accountants renew Chamber patronage for fourth year

19th December 2019

Shorts Accountants are delighted to announce that they have renewed their Patronage of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce for a fourth year.

Scott Burkinshaw, Tax Partner said: “We are delighted to renew our patronage of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce. Over the years we have developed an excellent working relationship and both of our organisations are focussed on offering wide ranging and valuable support for businesses within the Sheffield region. Maintaining our ongoing patronage aligns perfectly with these shared objectives.”

“Shorts have invested heavily in the region over recent years, having moved into larger premises in the City in 2014 and subsequently recruited over 40 additional staff. We are keen to actively support businesses in Sheffield to flourish and feel that a strong Chamber of Commerce helps enormously in this regard. Most recently, our collaboration has centred around;

making sure that the region’s innovative companies claim their full entitlement to government backed R&D tax reliefs, and
guiding businesses through the preparation for Making Tax Digital; helping businesses to see the opportunities to improve both profitability and efficiency.

We look forward to continuing to work closely with the team at The Chamber in 2020.”

Tom Sutton, Head of Corporate Partnerships and Memberships at the Chamber added:

“It’s a privilege to work with Shorts as a Patron of Sheffield Chamber as they are passionate business who cares about the success of the city and the region. It’s been exciting to be part of Shorts growth story over the years and bring their expertise close to the members we work with on daily basis.”

“I’m looking forward to working with Shorts in 2020 and continuing to develop the relationship between both organisations.”

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