As has been oft-times reported in these very pages, we’re having what you might call a bit of a growth spurt at the moment.
What we do - and more importantly the way we do it - is resonating with more and more people in the UK and beyond.
Saying that, we’ve always had certain parts of the UK where we’ve had loyal customers going back pretty much to the early days of FreeAgent, and one of these is Brighton and Hove.
Maybe there’s something in the sea air, or the number of freelancers and small-business owners involved in the digital economy, but any heat-map we run showing where our users are always has a warm glow towards the Sussex coast.
For those of our users interested in finding out a bit more about us and our solution, or anyone just wanting to find out what all the fuss is about, we’ve joined forces with NLD Accountancy to deliver a workshop on FreeAgent and cloud accounting at 5pm on Wednesday 16th November.
Our partners NLD are a very progressive-thinking local accounting firm who have really embraced the concept of online accounting to give their clients increased visibility and control over their own finances and Nilden the senior partner will be there at the event to answer any accountant-focused questions you may have.
This session be held at the Werks, in Church Street, Hove. Starting at 5pm, we expect to be finished by about 6.30. We plan to give a brief overview of the benefits of doing your books “in the cloud” and our own offering. We’re also planning to drop in some snippets about how FreeAgent has grown its own business and the lessons learned along the way.
We want this to be as inclusive as possible so we will allow lots of time for Q&A and general discussion.
Spaces are, as you would expect, limited, so please let me know if you would like to attend by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get you on the guest list.
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