Accountancy firm opens new office in Birmingham city centre

Makes Sense

Tim Hammond (Makes Sense Accountants) and Hannah Campbell (Grosvenor House)

An expanding Birmingham accountancy firm is strengthening its service with a prestigious new city centre office.

Makes Sense Accountants is currently based in Perry Barr and has added to its premises to welcome clients for meetings as well as offering a range of new benefits.

Managing partner Tim Hammond said: “Makes Sense is a growing accounting practice and with more clients in Birmingham city centre, it made real sense to open an office there.

“Grosvenor House is a lovely place where I have already welcomed an opportunity to have meetings as well as having marketing photo shoots with my team.

“I am always looking to expand the services we offer to my clients through strategic partnerships. The partnership with Grosvenor House means we can now offer our clients city centre address, serviced offices, telephone answering service, meeting room hire to name a few.”

The five-strong company has opened its new branch in Grosvenor House, St Paul’s Square.

Hannah Campbell, director of the Grosvenor House Business Centre, said: “We are delighted to have Makes Sense on board and this is an excellent collaboration for us.

“We absolutely pride ourselves on the convenience of our location and excellence of our service for professional support companies so it’s wonderful when clients such as Makes Sense put their faith in us.

”It’s great to see more and more local businesses using all of our offerings here at Grosvenor House. Makes Sense has found our prime location address, office space and conference suites, an integral part of their expansion, and it’s so convenient to have all of these services under one roof.”