Exeter and Barnstaple based Chartered Accountants Kirk Hills have unveiled a new corporate identity

PUBLISHED: 18:45 10 May 2011 | UPDATED: 19:20 20 February 2013

Exeter and Barnstaple based Chartered Accountants Kirk Hills have unveiled a new corporate identity

Exeter and Barnstaple based Chartered Accountants Kirk Hills have unveiled a new corporate identity

Exeter and Barnstaple based Chartered Accountants Kirk Hills have unveiled a new corporate identity that represents the firm's continued growth and expansion throughout the region.

Exeter and Barnstaple based Chartered Accountants Kirk Hills have unveiled a new corporate identity that represents the firms continued growth and expansion throughout the region.


More than 160 guests enjoyed an exclusive event during the Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink at the end of April where the new look was unveiled, before enjoying a sparkling wine masterclass from Geoff Bowen of Pebblebed Vineyards and the Festivals evening entertainment.


The location of the event reflected Kirk Hills involvement in the food and drink sector and their partnerships with some of the industrys greatest names. As partner David Kirk explained, Weve worked with some of the truly best in their field, including Michael Caines, Geoff Bowen and more recently Tom Cull. They are all hugely talented and passionate in their quest to create the best greatest product offerings. We are extremely proud to help such names develop their businesses within a sector that is so intricately linked with the success of the regions economy.


Kirk Hills have worked closely with Michael Caines for more than 10 years, helping him develop the ABode chain of hotels alongside Andrew Brownsword, while developing his own business ventures.


When Geoff Bowen came to David with an idea he subsequently pitched on BBC Dragons Den, David stepped up to the plate and helped Geoff plan through his pitch and the financials involved in his community-invested vineyard project. Securing funding from Duncan Bannatyne no less, Geoff is now just days away from planting his newly acquired land with the first vines of the project.


Kirk Hills are also working with popular chef Tom Cull, helping him develop his new business Toms Pies. Extremely high demand for his specialist pies, using the south wests finest produce, means that Kirk Hills have their work cut out to help Tom expand his businesses as efficiently as possible over the next few years.


Speaking at the event, David said, The new identity signals our continued development as a firm, as well as our focus on helping the regions best SMEs create business systems and strategies that benefit their bottom line. Serving over 1000 companies across the region, we are proud of our South West heritage and continued work with the leading lights of the catering and hospitality sector.



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