Business Consultancy adds new team and office space

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Business Consultancy, Ascentant Limited are proud to announce that due to growth, they have moved to larger premises and recruited a number of new employees and associates, providing a full comprehensive outsourced business support service for SMES.

Ascentant assist start-ups with business and financial planning, formation, property and IT infrastructure and Human Resources in addition to providing outsourced business support to SMEs and sole traders.

Managing Director, Kevin Drew said “We are proud to expand on our current business offering, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to our clients and being able to offer a one stop shop for SME business support in the UK. Our partnerships with Cloud providers now allows us to provide Bookkeeping, Accounting, Legal Cashiering, IT and HR support to businesses anywhere in the country”.


Joe McRobert joins from industry and specialises in IT infrastructure, risk management and data protection. Joe also assists with procurement, policy development and implementation and business continuity.


Clare Stewart MCIPD MA is an experienced HR Director, providing SMEs with a personalised HR service, assisting clients with recruitment, contracts and staff handbooks in addition to employee management, retention and training.


Marie Drewrie is an ACCA qualified Accountant, specialising in tax and business planning and assisting SMEs with formation. Marie is also CIMA qualified, offering clients Management Accounting, Forecasting and assistance with business strategy.

Ascentant is headquartered in Derby and provides Business Consultancy services to businesses across the UK. For further details of services available, visit



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