Congratulations Joanne Williams, Joco, Finalist in the Woman Who Achieves Growing SME Category Sponsored by Leask Accountancy Solutions

Today we are featuring the Finalists in the Woman Who Achieves Growing SME Category sponsored by Leask Accountancy Solutions

Congratulations Joanne Williams of Joco, Finalist in the Woman Who Achieves Growing SME Category Sponsored by Leask Accountancy Solutions.

Joco opened its doors in April 2015 on the outskirts of Nuneaton by owner Jo Williams. In May 2017 the shop moved to the Abbeygate shopping centre where it’s popularity has grown massively.

Offering a huge range of gifts and home accessory, Joco really is the place to treat yourself and others.

Helping local crafters to have a place to sell their makes, through to brand exclusive ranges such as Harry Potter and Disney, we try to cater for all ages and tastes.
We are Nuneaton’s award winning gift shop, offering service with a smile.

Congratulations Jo, we look forward to seeing you at the Awards Lunch.

You can see all the Finalists here

Leask Accountancy Solutions are sponsoring the Woman Who Achieves Growing SME Category at the 2019 Awards, which take place at Coombe Abbey on Friday 7th June 2019.

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Julia Leask, the founder of Leask Accountancy Solutions, said

Having won the Woman Who Achieves Through Networking Award 2018  I was humbled but inspired to get more involved with the local business community and to share my story. Sponsoring the 2019 awards was a no brainer as I want to help other businesses recognise their hidden successes and empower them to only do what only they can do, as they do that best!” Julia Leask

Leask Accountancy Solutions changes chaos into cash by translating numbers into English or pictures. Specifically, Julia helps businesses to identify what sales and profits are being made now, how much more money they want to make and how by working together they can plan to get there faster, smoother and easier than ever before.

 

Delivered in partnership with the FSB (Federation of Small Businesses: East & West Midlands Regions)

 


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