Thanks to our client’s generosity!
We’d like to thank all of our clients who completed our recent survey – we were truly delighted with the number of responses. We promised to donate £5 to charity for every survey completed and we’re pleased to announce we donated £1,340 to the Rainbow Trust at Christmas. This has only been made possible because of our clients taking time to share their feedback with us, and we thank each and every one for helping us gain invaluable insight. We will use this information to continue to build on our product offerings and service in 2015, and deliver the best in contractor accounting.
Our Total Donated Amount to the Rainbow Trust
In our last blog we mentioned that we have also contributed £150 to the Trust by not sending out Christmas cards, and a further £24 from our Christmas jumper day at work – take a look at our Facebook page for photos of our staff dressing to impress! In total we sent a grand total of £1,514 to the Rainbow Trust in December!
As well as donating £5 for each completed survey, we’d like to congratulate Brian O’Leary of Vestalis Ltd for being picked at random to win an iPad Air:
‘I am so thrilled to have won the iPad Air! Since signing up with Intouch I’ve been really pleased with the service I’ve received, and was more than happy to fill in the survey. I certainly didn’t expect to win the iPad!
Intouch have aided me in saving hours by not having to worry about my accounts, and I cannot praise my accountant there – Kate Herbert – enough. She treats my accounts like her own, and is always there to help me out, no matter how small my question is!
I would recommend anyone who is currently contracting or freelancing to contact Intouch, as they will save you so much time that you can use for your business instead of balancing your books!’
Brian O’Leary – Vestalis Limited
All of the Intouch team would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients once more for their generosity, and wish them all a Happy New Year!
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