Inca Caring Accounting Small Business of the Year

Inca Caring Accounting Small Business of the Year Award 2018

Winners of the 2018 Inca Caring Accounting Award for Small Business of the Year was announced at Williams Conference Centre on 18 May. The winning business was Databasix UK Ltd.

The Databasix team with their Award for Small Business of the Year at the V4B Awards
The Databasix team receive their award from Amy Russell of Inca Caring Accountancy (left) and speaker Graham Bell

 

More about the category

Finalists for the 2018 V4B Awards were  announced on 9 March  at Abingdon’s Crown and Thistle.  

With 86 per cent of all Vale businesses classified as zero or micro class, small businesses are vital to the local economy. The Inca Caring Accounting Small Business of the Year Award celebrates businesses that employs up to 5 members of staff:

The Finalists are:

Busy Bee Photography

Childrey Stores

Warpline

Sponsor Details

Inca – Caring Accounting is an award winning chartered certified accounting practice specialising in helping micro to small business achieve success. Using our unique client offering we have helped micro businesses, especially start-ups to beat the national average for business survival rates by over 185%. Our team of 15, based right here in the heart of the Vale of White Horse is dedicated to helping our clients fulfill their goals, thus helping them, their families and communities to succeed. A finalist in the UK Practice Excellence Awards for 2017 for Best Small Accounting Practice in the UK and recently winner of the prestigious Investors in People’s Global Best Newcomer award, Inca implements the same techniques and processes internally as it does in helping its clients.

Lesley Carson, founder and co-owner of Inca confirms Inca’s pride in sponsoring the Small Business Award, “As a small business ourselves, we recognise both the challenges of running a small business or new start-up as well as the freedom and opportunity this presents. Micro and small businesses are the lifeblood of our community and economy, helping to innovate and support the needs of local people. We are proud of our successes and both proud and delighted to therefore be a part of celebrating the successes of other local small businesses.”