Infinity Partnership, located in the city’s Albert Street, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Practice Growth of the Year category at the UK-wide Practice Excellence Awards.
Simon Cowie, managing director of Infinity Partnership, said: “We are delighted to have been nominated for this award which demonstrates the success the company has experienced in the past few years.
“The entire Infinity team deserves to be recognised as it is their hard work which has won us this nomination. We will continue to work even harder in the future to provide our clients with the best possible advice and accountancy service.”
Infinity, which employs 13people, has experienced significant growth as a result of realigning its business to focus on research and development tax credits, and investing in its accountancy software and cloud-based IT solutions which have improved service for clients.
The business increased turnover from £1.36m in 1314 to £1.61m in 1415 and is currently on track to further increase turnover to £2m for 1516.
In addition, the company assisted with the start-up of 74 new businesses in the past year and holds a client retention rate of 99.5%.
Infinity added 300 clients to its portfolio as a result of a merger with Aberdeen-based Accord Tax & Accountancy in 2015. The firm now has more than 1,000 clients from Shetland to Southampton and has completed projects in the United States, Australia and the Middle East.
Established in 2011, the firm was named as the winner in the Independent Firm of the Year, Scotland category at the British Accountancy Awards in London last year.
Simon Cowie was named Scottish Dealmaker of the Year in 2009 and 2014 at the Deals & Dealmakers Awards.
The winners of the Practice Excellence Awards will be announced at a ceremony in London on 20 October.
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