With over 150 years of history in the South-West, this accountancy, tax and financial planning firm have posted impressive organic growth figures by being laser focused on excellent client service.
The 300 people collaborate to deliver brilliant results for their clients who range from local restaurants to multi-nationals.
Bristol was selected as the ideal city as it allowed Albert Goodman great access to the thriving talent pool the region boasts. The central location, both close to the city centre and the station also enhances their proposition as an attractive place to work for potential future recruits.
Bristol businesses are exciting, ambitious and have a reputation for innovation and driving sustainability. This new location will put us in the heart of the city centre and the professional services community, where we believe we have a strong role to play in helping these organisations to scale effectively.
Albert Goodman are committed to remaining an independent regional firm and are well on their journey to becoming a registered a B-Corp. They aim to grow organically to £20 million in turnover by 2027, and are are proud to have 50% female partners, which is unique amongst firms of this size in the South-West.
With a projected team growth of 15% in Bristol, their future in the region looks positive.
The Invest Bristol and Bath team proved to be invaluable in our search for suitable office premises for our move into central Bristol. Their knowledge of the area was both impressive and helpful. I can’t recommend IBB highly enough.
From initial contact the Invest Bristol & Bath team (IBB) were able to provide tailored support to Albert Goodman (AG) with their move into central Bristol as part of their expansion. The team worked with AG to get a clear understanding of their requirements, providing a selection of suitable properties for them to shortlist. IBB were also able to introduce the team at Albert Goodman to suitable professionals and were able to quickly find their ideal premises which hadn’t gone to market at the time, giving them first mover advantage.