Smith & Williamson is delighted to sponsor the Smith & Williamson Scale-Up Business of the Year
As a leading financial and professional services group, Smith & Williamson is at the heart of the scale-up agenda.
The firm’s dedicated entrepreneurial services group provides a wide range of commercial, financial and taxation services to ambitious growth businesses, their owners and investors. Its experts leverage their extensive understanding of how to scale-up sustainably, avoiding the pitfalls that success can bring, alongside the company’s extensive sector experience.
Through a variety of linked activities, Smith & Williamson supports and promotes the UK’s dynamic entrepreneurial and scale-up agendas. This programme is designed to inspire, inform and enable the sharing of best practice amongst established and aspiring business leaders.
As a corporate founder of the Scale-Up Institute, Smith & Williamson is also helping to influence and improve the ecosystem for entrepreneurial businesses, facilitating their development and growth.
To find out more about the firm, its scale-up capabilities, insight and events programme visit http://smithandwilliamson.com/scaling-up-your-business, or call John Morris on 020 7131 4450.
John Morris, Partner, Business services at Smith & Williamson
“Scale-up businesses are major drivers of growth and job creation in the UK. It’s vital that we create the conditions for success for these businesses to thrive. Through this award we help do this by showcasing the best of Britain’s dynamic, fast growth, high potential businesses and I look forward to seeing this year’s entries."
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