We’re super proud to announce that two of Whyfield’s finest have been named in Cornwall Chamber of Commerce’s 30 Under 30 list of the county’s next generation of leaders!
Both Jess and Josh have had a big year in which they signed up for further professional Chartered qualifications and are already passing these exams with flying colours having completed their AAT exams to become fully qualified accountants in the past 2 years; took responsibility for mentoring and supervising team members; and gained tremendous feedback from clients for their work.
Laura Whyte, Managing Director at Whyfield said: “We’re delighted that both Jess and Josh made it on to the 30 Under 30! They fully deserve special recognition for all their hard work and dedication to their careers, team and clients.”
Kim Conchie, chief executive of Cornwall Chamber of Commerce said: “It is always uplifting to read about success stories in Cornwall. The 30 Under 30 process is particularly cheering during the current economic difficulties as we discussed the next generation of leaders and people adding real value to the Duchy. Congratulations to all 30 of you.”
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