Your creativity made profitable.
Your profits made sustainable.
Bright accountants for creative businesses in
South West London.
Creative people and businesses make the world an exciting place to be.
We focus on the can, not the can't.
Too many accountants say “we can’t”. We say “we can”. And then, we do.
We go above and beyond.
Do you have a big dream? Let’s make it a reality by working together.
We help you do great work.
Whether it’s making a masterpiece, designing breathtaking buildings or simply having a financially successful business that you love.
Creativity vs practicality:
why not have both?
Innovative businesses, we’re here to support you – whether you’re pioneering a new film technology, or designing the future, we’ve thrown ourselves into supporting the creative industries to make magic.
The place of dreams – we believe in the silver screen.
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We’ve helped some great people achieve their goals. Let’s meet some of them, and find out what happened along the way.
Film Locker are a data storage company working with film makers, advertising agencies, brands and TV production companies. They specialise in working with the huge data captured during professional film making.
The company was founded in 2012, with some help from friends and family. Everything went into the business and to begin with, like many start-ups, and the team didn’t take salaries until a friendly investor saw the possibilities.
When Nicky Pope started her business, International Hair Artist Agency, in 2010, she may not have envisaged how much it would grow over a relatively short time. But she now oversees a successful media and events company specifically for the hair industry.
Based on the ambition of supporting hair professionals, Nicky’s growing brands range from; Colour World an online magazine and annual 2-day event for colourists; the luxury trade magazine TRIBU-TE, which showcases the best the hairdressing industry can offer; Respect, a selective newsletter and blogsite for professionals; and Hair Club Live, an accessible professional community, that includes events such as Open Chair Night – an X-Factor style platform.
A New Tribe
In the latest in our Artisan Case Studies, we spoke to our wonderful London based client, Ella Jones, the founder of A New Tribe. A New Tribe has a presence both as a home accessories and lifestyle store in Hackney and online. The business curates Moroccan rugs hand selected by Ella, as well as home accessories from independent designers and small brands sourced both locally and from around the world.
Ella started the business in 2013, at that time focussing solely on rugs. She has her own line of rugs that she designs under the brand ‘The Rug Trade’. Ella works with artisans in Morroco where all the rugs are hand-made.
Pom Pom Quarterly
When Lydia Gluck and Meghan Fernandes launched Pom Pom Quarterly in 2012, their main concern was filling the niche of creating a knitting and craft publication that was fun and modern, and a magazine that they would want to buy themselves. The creative process was the driver and not surprisingly, thoughts about accounts and financial forecasting didn’t really get a look in at that time!
The nascent PPQ story is quite typical of many creative start-ups. PPQ is the brain-child of Lydia Gluck and Meghan Fernandes and is based in London and in Texas. Both keen knitters and creative sorts in general, they were aware of a movement online towards independent designers and small yarn producers, but the mainstream knitting publications they were seeing didn’t seem to be doing the trend justice.