Congratulations to Colin Scull of B20 Ltd. Not only does Colin give his time as a Trustee of the charity, he also works tirelessly making sure that the accounts and fully up to date and meet with the objectives of the Charities Commission regulations and ensures that our end of year accounts are completed ready for auditing and finally filed at Companies House.
What Motivates you? Every business records their information in different ways and I have the experience to tailor reports to their specific needs, but I like to keep it straightforward and say what is required. So being involved in clients businesses & assisting with the day to day running and future growth is my interest as I can watch the business develop.
What is your business philosophy? B20 helps clients with their accounting and tax needs and aims to be accessible to clients and flexible by visiting them at work or home. Building relationships with clients and staff and retaining them over many years – we still act for clients from when B20 started and still receive birthday cards from staff from over 16 years ago. As in life, treat people how you would like to be treated. Be professional and an equitable employer.
Who do you admire most? A previous MD who ran a company in an equitable way and clients who grow their businesses whilst building a successful, friendly team and act decisively to changing events.
What would be your advice to anyone wondering if their business could benefit from joining Business against Poverty? Join BAP. The funds go to support the charity and its project work. It puts you in contact with like minded business people. BAP assists its members with excellent events & online resources.