As a leading firm of chartered accountants and business advisers in the South West, we are very pleased to share with you the news that we have a new name and brand identity. We are rebranding Thomas Westcott and will be known as ‘Westcotts’.
Our new identity is part of the firm’s business strategy aimed at reflecting our progressive approach and culture.
Westcotts is a UK top 50 firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers, which has 17 offices across Devon and Somerset, employs 280 team members including 34 partners and 12 directors and has supported a diverse range of businesses and individuals operating in local, national, and international markets for more than 30 years.
Our new brand is fresher, more modern and reflects who we are – a forward-thinking firm, investing in our teams and embracing innovation and new technology while never losing our personal approach.
We have evolved over the years – we have expanded our office network and we offer more specialisms and new services than ever before. We look after many of the region’s most dynamic businesses and individuals, both large and small, and our rebranding demonstrates how much we are aligned.
Westcotts have a strong presence and a proud history, serving thousands of clients in the South West and further afield. It has a team of experts and specialists with a wealth of knowledge and experience, who can offer exceptional and personal service with confident and clear advice.
It is business as usual for us which means we will continue to offer our expertise, business advice and specialist services to our clients in the same friendly way they have come to expect. We remain committed to the South West’s communities and thousands of clients, who rely on us as a business adviser.
As well as offering a general accountancy and taxation practice, Westcotts’ full-range services and expertise include all aspects of accountancy, audit and tax compliance and planning, digital services, corporate finance, payroll bureau, probate, financial planning and business recovery and insolvency advice.
Dedicated specialist teams include tourism and leisure, manufacturing, charities and not for profit, technology, education, and a full agricultural consultancy service.