BRI Northampton’s 35th birthday
BRI Northampton Office 35th Birthday Party
The BRI Northampton Office team were delighted to be joined by so many professional contacts and friends for their 35th Birthday Party on Thursday, 25 May 2017.
The business that is now BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency was started in 1982 when a former director of BRI joined the predecessor firm, Smith Dove, and opened a new insolvency department within that Chartered Accountancy practice.
The whole insolvency department was subject to a management buy-out in 2001 and the Smith Dove Business Recovery and Insolvency department became BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency. Back then the head office was based in St. James, Northampton, and there were two additional offices in Milton Keynes and Banbury.
In the years since the buy-out new offices have been opened in Coventry, Southampton, Hitchin and, most recently, Spalding. The work has continued to flow, mostly from other professionals in the areas around the BRI offices, with introducers recognising and appreciating that their clients are always in good hands with BRI always ensuring that they are given what is best advice for them, irrespective of the outcome for BRI. The BRI team appreciate that trust is something that is built up over years and can be lost in an instant.
At the celebrations, in addition to good food, drink and company, there was a birthday cake for each attendee to take away and a slide show charting the years through which BRI has served and some of the many highlights along the way. Peter Windatt gave a brief vote of thanks to the assembled and a toast, to BRI and friends – as he put it in closing – “you really can, and do, trust us with your clients and contacts – we won’t let you, or them, down”.
With thanks to all who have introduced prospects and clients to BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency over the years – we know you all have options as to where you can direct them and we will never take your confidence and trust in us for granted – here’s to the next 35 years.