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Fellows Finance are a recruitment firm who focus on finding accountants and other finance staff for accountancy firms and small, medium and large international businesses. 

We are a subsidiary of recruitment firm Fellows and Associates, who have a long track record in the recruitment sector and within professional services specifically. With expertise in recruitment campaign management, search and selection and building client-specific strategies, we believe we can provide a bespoke resource to achieve your recruitment goals. We work on wide range of positions including audit, internal audit, forensic accounting, corporate finance, insolvency, tax, management and financial accounting, payroll and credit control. We look for accountants who are fully qualified or part qualified through a number of different routes including ACCA, ACA, CIMA or CTA as well as finance professionals with or working towards the AAT qualification. 

From a candidate perspective we will aid you in every step of your career, providing considered, unpressured advice and working with you to find the best job for you. Moving positions can be a daunting experience but we will try to make it as easy as possible providing as much (or as little) support as you need.

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Corporate Tax Manager

Our client are seeking a Corporate Tax Manager with strong knowledge.

Starting Salary: £50-65,000
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In the seventh of a series of interviews with Fellows Finance with a focus on career development and career choices for accountants, we spoke with Jack Best. Jack is a part-qualified accountant who is studying for the ACA.

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In the sixth of a series of interviews with a focus on career development and career choices for accountants, we spoke to Sarah Greenwood. Sarah has many qualifications and a very interesting career so far; she is CPI, ACCA, and CTA qualified and has recently sat the ACA Pathways exam to convert her ACCA to ACA.

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In the fifth of a series of interviews with Rebecca Wood of Fellows Finance with a focus on career development and career choices for accountants, Rebecca speaks to Phil Dawson. Phil is a Director of his own firm Dawson & Co based in Bolton.

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In the fourth of a series of interviews with Rebecca Wood of Fellows Finance with a focus on career development and career choices for accountants, Rebecca speaks to Becky Hartley. Becky is a CIOT qualified Tax Manager who is on secondment at BDO Singapore.

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When it comes to social media, Instagram still appears to challenge many companies. It seems for that for businesses looking to attract consumers, Instagram is a fantastic way to engage with their audience, but is this also the case for businesses who are trying to attract business from other companies? In this article we will observe business to consumer pages as well as business to business pages.

With 70 million photos posted on Instagram every day, businesses really have to post attention-grabbing, unique photos to ensure that they don’t get scrolled past. Statistics show that 67% of consumers consider detailed images to be more valuable than product information; a picture really is worth a thousand words. When businesses post attractive images, they can appeal to customers without explicitly selling anything, allowing viewers to make their own decisions based on the creative photos on the page.

The best Instagram pages succeed through a good strategy. The right content can enable businesses to increase their audience, followers and clients and will also solidify their brand. It is important to stay recognisable and create popular posts that users want to follow. Another prevalent way to take advantage of Instagram is through using regular hashtags; they increase the life of posts by linking key words - making photos discoverable forever.

Below are some examples of how business to consumer companies use Instagram and which tips you should be taking from them.

Lego:

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Lego are leading the way with their Instagram content, aiming their posts at a wide audience. They post regular photos, captioning each one using hashtags and appropriate information about their product, without any hard selling. Their captions have a hint of humour which attracts more attention to their page. They promote new products using live videos and reveal their collaborations with other businesses such as Disney. As well as this, they post photos of customers using their products – a great way to involve their audience and create an interactive Instagram page.

Vans: 

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Vans is known for its stylish shoes but the brand’s use of social media is just as stylish. Vans’ Instagram account displays unique content that appeals to a varied audience. Their photos include product shots and action shots of people wearing their favourite Vans gear. One of their most engaging posts revealed a video showing their partnership with Marvel Comics. The caption read ‘Coming soon… Be the first to know! Sign up now.’
If that isn’t persuasion, I don’t know what is!

Staples:

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Staples are particularly good at grabbing attention and engaging their followers through asking questions and being consistent with their playful personality. They appeal to their audience by asking questions such as ‘that’s pretty much our day, how about yours? Tell us in emojis.’ Another way that staples publicise their products on Instagram is with celebrity endorsement. This widens their audience and also verifies their business.

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