How Artisan Accounts Help Creative Businesses To Shine

Artisan Accounts are one of the accountancy practices that have been selected to feature in the book The Business Owner’s Guide to the UK’s Best Accountancy Practices. A book written by AVN, the association for forward thinking accountants, is designed to help business owners find an accountant that will go the extra mile for their business and help them in ways that traditional accountants simply won’t.

To find out more about why Artisan Accounts were selected to be featured in the book, I interviewed Alex Redmond, the Director of Artisan Accounts. Alex and his team enjoy working with creative businesses, accompanying them on their business journey by getting to know the business on a deeper level so they can understand exactly what their clients want. Once this has been established, Artisan Accounts work to create actions and goals alongside measuring techniques to help to get the business to where they want to be.

It is important for Alex that he gets to connect with each business on a deeper level and create a great working relationship so that he can work alongside each business, helping them to become more successful and making the business more enjoyable to run.

Going the extra mile is important to Artisan Accounts, during the interview Alex told me a story of one of his clients and what Artisan Accounts had done for them. A designer came to Artisan Accounts in deep financial trouble, an overdraft at its maximum limit and six months of invoices outstanding. Artisan Accounts jumped into action to understand these finances, within a year, Artisan Accounts had got the business back on track, and by the following year, the business was firmly in the black and had a much brighter future.

Artisan Accounts delved deep into the finances for this client, to analyse where was most profitable for the business. B The Business Owner’s Guide to the UK’s Best Accountancy Practicesy showing the client what was making the most money, they managed to change the client’s mindset and helped to make the business successful. Without going the extra mile for this particular client, the client would have remained in significant financial trouble as well having a complete misunderstanding of what was profitable for their business.

It is examples like these which show why Artisan Accounts deserve their place in The Business Owner’s Guide to the UK’s Best Accountancy Practices for proving that they improve and measure the numbers that really matter for their clients.

Not only does Artisan Accounts go the extra mile, but it’s also a job that they thoroughly enjoy and that makes them happy. By building better relationships with their clients, they find their task much more enjoyable, which in itself helps them to go further for their clients.

If you want to find out more about Artisan Accounts and how they help creative businesses to become more successful and more enjoyable to run you can find them in AVN’s free to download book. Download it now at

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Article Source: Shane Lukas