LaudisGoringe Accountants is delighted and privileged to partner with LAUDIS Business Advisors, who help ambitious business owners and directors achieve extraordinary results.

LAUDIS is a small group of highly experienced business advisors with many years direct experience in running successful companies.

If you want your business to experience rapid growth and above average performance — or you’re considering selling and want to maximise the value on exit — John Panczak and Nick Richards can help.

With more decades of experience between them than they care to mention, John and Nick act as non-executive directors and business consultants, helping with growth strategy, planning, board meetings, senior management meetings, problem solving and exit strategies. They identify and maximise potential, helping business owners become more strategic and ensuring they have proper corporate governance in place.

The LAUDIS team offers a free, no obligation exploratory meeting to discuss your vision and aspirations. As well as project work, they offer a range of fixed-price, monthly packages that can be tailored to the requirements of your business. Their commitment is NOT to become a net cost to your business, but always to add real value. Their clients include companies in IT, flood protection, 3D imaging, food and air conditioning.

LAUDIS founded an IT Forum where they partner with Barclays Corporate and a Reading-based law firm. They are also founders with the Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) of the Harwell Oxford Technology Entrepreneurs Forum. Both forums are targeted at ambitious businesses and encourage them to collaborate in order to grow more quickly.

Nicky Goringe Larkin, Founder and Director of Goringe Accountants, comments:

We work very closely with John and Nick on a number of clients. Their knowledge, skill and experience shine through — they’ve been there and done it — but they don’t use jargon. They’re such lovely people to work with and achieve fantastic results. I cannot recommend them highly enough.