Whitehill Business Services, which provides bookkeeping, accounting, and office services to small businesses and sole traders, has appointed two new staff members to its Royal Wootton Bassett-based team.
With over 20 years’ experience working for organisations including a software company, bank, auctioneers and charity, Laura Bartlett has joined to expand the bookkeeping team. She will be providing extra help with existing customer accounts, as well as taking on some recent new clients.
And with a wealth of administration experience and a love of working with small businesses, Karen Causley has joined to assist in the running of the office and provide credit control services for customers. Karen is also data protection officer, ensuring the business is up-to-speed with new GDPR requirements.
Chloe Playle, partner at Whitehill Business Services, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Laura and Karen. Having extra members on our team will help us continue to deliver an efficient service for our growing client portfolio, while also ensuring we are prepared and ready to assist businesses with the demands that Making Tax Digital will bring.”