Exeter based accountancy firm Bush & Co announces exciting rebrand

Exeter based Chartered accountancy firm Bush & Co has undergone an exciting rebrand to give the firm an identity which reflects its modern values and approach.

The firm was founded by the late Paul Bush almost 70 years ago and, after significant expansion, is now based in Barnfield Crescent.

The contemporary logo and website have been designed to show the combination of traditional wisdom which has been built upon for almost seven decades with the modern and inquisitive innovation which is provided by the firm today.

In a statement, Bush & Co said, “We wanted a recognisable and modern approach which depicts the innovative nature of our business. Our journey from providing traditional accountancy services to being a strategic business advisor has inspired our new image which puts a greater emphasis on our vibrant and tailored approach to excellent client care. It reflects our clients’ perception of who we are and the services we offer.”

The new website incorporates the upgraded image and is easily navigated to access the myriad of services on offer for business, personal and not-for-profit clients.

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