Old Mill adds 10 new starters as growth plan progresses

26 in six months

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Kevin Whitmarsh: "In order to reach our goal announced in November last year, we need to recruit heavily and we are therefore delighted to welcome 10 fantastic new recruits to the team."
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Kevin Whitmarsh: "In order to reach our goal announced in November last year, we need to recruit heavily and we are therefore delighted to welcome 10 fantastic new recruits to the team."

South West-based financial planning and accountancy firm Old Mill has added 10 new recruits as part of its ongoing growth plans to double staff numbers to 600 by 2026.

At the end of 2021, the firm welcomed 16 new starters, and another 10 have joined this month, bringing the total to 26 in the last six months. Old Mill said it has always had a graduate trainee intake...

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