Thursday 12th October 2023
Showground, Wadebridge

Strong showing for finance sector at Cornwall Business Show 2019

Businesses needing a hand with the finance side of their operation will be well taken care of at this year’s Cornwall Business Show.

Specialists in accountancy, payroll, wealth management, and accountancy software packages, as well as independent financial advisors, have all already booked their stands.

The show’s managing director, Andrew Weaver, said: “Lots of us are good at our core business but frequently need some help and professional advice when it comes to the finance side. That can range from book-keeping, payroll, general accountancy and expert advice on taxation, to more strategic financial planning.

“Lots of firms, big and small, choose to use financial consultancy services on an as-and-when basis, or on a retainer agreement. The companies exhibiting will be used to working in this way and will be able to suggest practical ways they can come alongside you and help.”

Laura Whyte, managing director of accountancy firm, Whyfield, said: “We’re looking forward to exhibiting once again at the Cornwall Business Show – particularly with Making Tax Digital kicking in for VAT registered businesses from 1 April 2019.

“Our research shows that 70% of local companies don’t know when they need to start complying. Therefore, we’ve got some great things planned to ensure that attendees can find out everything they need – from software demos to top level advice and guidance.”

The companies in this sector that have so far booked for the 2019 event are: Stockdale Group, Whyfield, DL Accounts, David G Wright, Cornwall Payroll Bureau, Harbour Wealth Management, and Harland Accountants.

Those who would like to know more about the show can request an information pack via the website, at Visitor registration for free entry is now open.

Cornwall Business Show, on Thursday, March 14, 2019, is sponsored by Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Growth and Skills Hub. Its media partners are Cornwall Live and Business Cornwall magazine. The event is also supported by JH Audio Visual.