15 Colmore Row,
t: 0121 200 7900 or 0845 555 8844
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Our Birmingham office was opened in Autumn 2013.
The team in Birmingham provide a full range of accountancy services for all types of Birmingham businesses ranging from start up businesses, through to growing owner managed businesses, charities and internationally owned PLC's.
Our commitment to the Birmingham area goes beyond providing accountancy advisory services. Dains has been one of the major sponsors of the Great Midlands Fun Run for the past three years whilst using the event as a platform to run our Corporate Relay - where members of the local business community run, jog or walk in order to raise valuable sponsorship money for local charities. Our nominated charity this year is Birmingham Childrens Hospital.
With a number of our staff and Partners living locally we look forward to continuing the growth of our accountants birmingham Office.
Despite supposedly being broke, Birmingham City Council has just found another half a million quid down the back of the municipal sofa to hand over to Capita, this time to come up with an 'education services transformation programme' for education.
Birmingham City Council is looking to a company to breathe new life into the city’s Old Rep theatre.
*Planning Birmingham’s Future & Budget Consultation 2014-15*
Click on the link below for details of today’s Birmingham City Council meetings.
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Click on the link below for details of this week’s Birmingham City Council meetings.
There are some expressions that you think you will simply never get the chance to utter. For me 'Speaking as a lifelong fan of this European Champions League winning team ... ' seems an even longer shot than ever with my side almost lifeless at the foot of the Premiership.
Anyone wishing to pay tribute to former South African president Nelson Mandela following his death yesterday (December 5) can do so by signing a book of condolence, established by Birmingham City Council.
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Premium car maker Jaguar Land Rover today announced a £240m investment in Brazil to set up a new manufacturing plant there. The new facility will be based in the city of Itatiaia in Rio de Janeiro state.
More people in Birmingham are taking up the offer of an NHS Health Check than in most other parts of the country.
Households are pulling money out of their savings accounts at the fastest rate in recent times, according to recent Bank of England figures. It is perhaps the most telling sign yet that Brits are paying for the rising cost of living by raiding their piggy banks.
You would do anything to protect your unborn baby, but many pregnant women don’t realise how dangerous and debilitating flu can be.
Our gritting crews are heading out to treat the Birmingham roads from 8pm. Please take extra care if you’re out and about.
In the last couple of days there have been statistics which, when compared to competitors, show that we are in more of a mess than would be ideal and, resonant with my experience of the Rubik's Cube, a solution will be difficult to achieve.
"Some people are good at starting things; some are good at running them; it's not often that people can do both,[http://www.wpp.com/~/media/sharedwpp/press/wpp_wef_entrepreneurship_report_2011-2.pdf]" said Sir Martin Sorrell speaking earlier this week at *Birmingham City Business School's Most Admired Leader's lecture.[http://www.bcu.ac.uk/news-events/calendar/britains-most-admired-leaders-sir-martin-sorrell]*
Taking the high speed train from Beijing to Tianjin for a second time in two years during a recent visit to China did allow some time for reflection - though, to be sure, not very long. The distance between those two cities is very roughly the same as between London and Birmingham so some comparison with progress of the HS2 plans is inevitable. Maybe David Cameron on his own forthcoming visit to China will reflect on relative speed of progress and in particular how environmental pressures are now bearing down on high speed trains in China too.
'Reshoring' manufacturing has been a recurring theme in this blog over the last year or so. My own take on things, based on survey work we have done with SGH Martineau, is that reshoring really is happening but on a smaller scale than many have claimed, with around one in six firms actually doing it, driven by concerns over costs, quality and turnaround (or lead) times (see *here*[http://www.birminghampost.co.uk/business/business-opinion/david-bailey-whats-driving-reshoring-6161240] for a recent blog on this).
Trevor Beattie, hails from Balsall Heath but has his sights set on outer Space.
Directions to Dains Accountants in Birmingham
From the South
- Take the M42 northbound heading towards the M6
- At junction 7, merge with the M6
- At junction 5 leave the M6 and join the A452
- At the roundabout take the 3rd exit signposted Birmingham/Sutton Coldfield/Brownhills
- Take the left hand lane when heading towards the Spitfire Island
- Turn onto Fort Parkway
- At the Island take the 3rd exit. The car park is situated on your left hand side and the Dains Office is on the Third Floor.
From the North
- Take the A38 Southbound
- Continue to follow the signposts for Birmingham
- At the Kingsbury Road/Tyburn House Island take the first exit signposted Fort Shopping Park (A47)
- Continue forward
- At Spitfire Island, take the 3rd exit
- At the Island take the 3rd exit. The car park is situated on your left hand side
- The Dains Office is on the Third Floor.