A dynamic new Wiltshire accountancy firm has been shortlisted in the prestigious national British Small Business Awards.
Purple Lime has been nominated for the title of Accounts & Tax Advisors of the Year in the national awards which are in their third year.
The company, based at Hartham Park, Corsham, Wiltshire was established in 2016 by co-founders Angela Ashworth and Oli Thomas. They wanted to create a company with a fresh and modern approach to accountancy – by using the latest finance and accounting technology offering a time efficient, tech-led and live data service.
Purple Lime is shortlisted alongside ten other companies nationwide including R&D Tax Solutions, Propel by Deloitte and The VAT People.
Co-founder Oli Thomas said: “We’re really thrilled to be nominated for this national award when our company is only in its early years. It’s an important recognition of our innovative approach to accountancy.
“We are equally proud to be part of an initiative designed to celebrate small businesses – a sector which is so vital to economic prosperity however is routinely overlooked and undervalued.”
Since 2016, the Purple Lime team has grown to include seven team members and clients include Corsham Institute based in Wiltshire and London, IOTEC Global (London) and MFV NSE Ltd (Bristol) Fine & Country Homes (Bath) Rally Agency (Bath) .
The winners will be announced on Wednesday October 31 in a gala event at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.
In May this year Purple Lime took home the Tech Team of the Year award at The Business Exchange’s inaugural IT and technology awards, The Techies.
Pictured above: The Purple Lime team