Grimsby-based accountancy practice celebrates 25 years in business

By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 3 Apr 2019

Grimsby-based chartered accountants AP Robinson & Co is celebrating 25 years in business.

Founded in 1994 by Andrew Robinson, he now works with three fellow directors and 25 staff, with clients across Lincolnshire.

Specialising in a range of services for both individuals and businesses, the Riby Square-based team assists business start-ups and provides business advice to owner-managed businesses and high growth companies.

Mr Robinson said: “We are very proud of our long and continuous service to the people and businesses of Lincolnshire and we would like to thank them for all their support over the years.

“A great deal has changed over the 25 years since I started out as a sole practitioner, but one thing that remains the same is our approach to doing business.

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“Throughout we have remained consistent in delivering a comprehensive, skilled, friendly and personal service underpinned by a wonderful team of loyal and devoted professionals. I’m very proud to say that the care and attention that we devoted to clients from day one remains at the heart of AP Robinson & Co’s approach to client relationships today.

“Looking to the future, our ongoing investment in our people and leading edge technology means that we can offer our clients, existing and new, a wide range of accounting services and expert business advice.”

Emma Brook, who has been a part of the team for more than 20 years, attributes the success of the firm to “recognising opportunities, setting goals and taking action”.

She joined the business in 1997 as a trainee, before becoming a partner in 2014 and focuses on managing the practice in more recent times, Sarah Bainbridge and Kate Brown complete the senior team.



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