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Featuring successful women from the West
Bringing public and private together
The West is an important part of the UK economy, with some of the UK’s most successful companies being represented in the area – we also have an active base of start-up businesses who thrive under an entrepreneurial spirit.
We are proud of all the businesses that we work with and of the services we are able to deliver to them - our clients range from pre-revenue businesses through to multi-national organisations and we operate fully across the private and public sectors.
We have over 700 highly qualified staff dedicated to providing clients with exceptional levels of service and advice, from offices in Bristol and Plymouth.
I hope you find this site interesting, and that it serves as a clear introduction to PwC in the West. If you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact either me or any of my colleagues whose details are listed on the site.
Professional windsurfer John Hibbard was the British champion. Yet having reached the pinnacle in his chosen sport, he wanted to do more. Today John is managing director of Paddle, global leaders in the inflatable stand-up paddle board market, with sales in over 60 countries. And the ride has only just begun.
Wyke Farms, a family business from Somerset has been making cheese for c.400 years. In this inspiring video featuring Richard Clothier, MD of Wyke Farms he has an inspiring message for businesses looking to export.
With over 20 years’ experience in the organic milk sector, and a long-term strategy that spreads risk across geographical markets and value-added products, OMSCo is recognised as one of the most export-orientated dairy businesses in the UK.
"The simple fact remains that businesses want to trade". Rob Morgan, CFO/COO of Aviation Software Company Vistair tells us his trade and export story.
Wendy Powell – an internationally-acclaimed post-pregnancy exercise expert and author – launched the ground-breaking MUTU System. Based in Truro, her business is now helping mums across the world shift the “mummy tummy”.
Water Babies expanded following the 2008 economic downturn and came out one of the fastest growing SME’s in the Irish economy. Read on to understand their franchise model and gain valuable advice from CEO Steve Franks.
Lucy Jewson founder of Frugi, organic baby and children clothes, tells us how her family run business is crossing borders and going from strength to strength.
David Brown, CEO of The Bristol Port Company, "With 95% of everything in the UK coming through a port – being an island nation makes sea freight hugely important. We handle everything that you wear, see or use in everyday life."