05 February 2016
Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has become the latest member of industry body Scotland Food & Drink. The firm launched a new Food and Drink team at a board meeting of Scotland Food & Drink held at RSM’s Glasgow offices in Wellington Street.
Most commentators in the further education sector feared significant funding cuts in today’s comprehensive spending review. Based on the Chancellor’s initial announcements, this doesn’t seem to have happened. In fact, it all seems to be unexpectedly good news even if there does remain a real terms cut for both 16-18 and 19+.
Just like your business, finding new ways of doing things is key to how we deliver our services.
Partner, Head of Transactions
Kirsty Sandwell is the Head of Transactions at RSM UK. She’s a vastly experienced M&A partner and specialises in working with privately owned businesses and supporting corporates on complex carve outs and divestments.
Increased competition, with an open market for higher education services continues to drive the student experience agenda and related services surrounding quality through to the estate and infrastructure; alongside adherence to regulatory demands.
Partner, National Head of Inclusion
Hannah Catchpool is an experienced audit partner and heads up the not-for-profit and education team for RSM UK’s London region. She is also our National Head of Inclusion, chairing our firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group.
Our roundtable event will discuss with you, the future of the construction sector and the impact that this will have on the manufacturers that supply into the industry.
Our round table event will focus on attracting private equity investment in the food and drink industry, the key things to consider when building a food or drink brand, and developing an exit strategy.