We’re very proud of the strong relationships we have built over the years. We are long-standing official partners with the Law Society and the IFA. We also have a strong network of referrers and partners including many of the UKs leading accountants and solicitors. Here are just a few…
Founded in 1904, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants is the global professional accounting body offering the Chartered Certified Accountant qualification. It has 233,000 members and 536,000 future members worldwide.
The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) specialises in the rapid development and scale up of graphene and other 2D materials applications.
The GEIC is an industry-led innovation centre, designed to work in collaboration with industry partners to create, test and optimise new concepts for delivery to market, along with the processes required for scale up and supply chain integration.
With a dedicated team of experienced Application Managers, Application Specialists, Technicians and the Business Engagement team, the GEIC can react as quickly as industry requires. The two-tier membership model allows them to work on short feasibility projects, through to a long-term strategic partnership with multiple projects in different application areas.
The partner to the accountancy profession, Croner Taxwise is the largest Fee Protection Insurance provider in the UK. They deliver this specialist insurance to clients through a channel of over 4,000 Accountancy Practices across the country.
The Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA) is an internationally recognised professional accountancy membership body. Their members work within micro and small- to medium-sized enterprises or in micro and small- to medium-sized accounting practices advising micro and SME clients.
The IFA is part of the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) of Australia Group, the world’s largest SME-focused accountancy group, with 35,000 members and students in 80 countries. They offer a programme of professional qualifications and education as well as resources, events, training and seminars.
The Society of Independent Brewers, was established in 1980 to represent the interests of the growing number of independent breweries in Britain. SIBA currently represents more than 825 independent craft breweries and our vision is ‘to deliver the future of British beer and become the voice of British brewing.’
The Law Society is the independent professional body, established for solicitors in 1825, that works globally to support and represent its members, promoting the highest professional standards and the rule of law.
Make It York (York’s Destination Management Organisation) has an overarching remit to market the city and its surroundings – nationally and internationally – as an exciting place to live, study, visit and do business. The remit covers leisure and business tourism, city centre management, festivals and events, business support and inward investment.
Visit York is a part of Make It York and is the leisure tourism brand. Under the brand Visit York, Make It York’s aim is to market York as a must-see world-class destination to the leisure visitor and ensure investment to develop the quality of tourism in York.
As the leading UK-wide trade association for community pharmacy established in 1921, their purpose is to support all our members to succeed professionally and commercially for the benefit of their patients.
Through the strength of one united voice, the NPA can influence decisions taken by UK governments and other organisations, and represent the interests of our members in Europe.