Advising Clients

Hemingway Bailey’s latest point of culture is advising clients.  We aim to give as much advice as possible and, because we are Chartered Management Accountants, we are trained to understand the businesses we work in.  A new client came to see us recently for an initial meeting, and we did what we could to help… [ Read more ]

Hemingway Bailey named in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers

Hemingway Bailey has been named on the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers list at the National Apprenticeship Awards which took place during The Skills Show in Birmingham on 13th November. The Skills Show is a unique celebration to inspire people with exciting opportunities in further education, skills and apprenticeships, and has City & Guilds as its… [ Read more ]

Helping young people achieve

Hemingway Bailey’s point of culture for this week is helping young people achieve. As an accountancy practice we believe that it is really important that we try to help young people as much as possible and, as well as our award nominated apprenticeship programme, we try to help young people who are considering on embarking… [ Read more ]

Knowing our clients’ businesses

As Chartered Management Accountants we are trained to understand the businesses we work in, and that is one of our key points of culture that underpin our practice.  This means we take the time to understand how our clients’ businesses work so we can then provide them with the tools to get quality management information… [ Read more ]

Giving clients tools to help them

Hemingway Bailey are committed to helping their accounting clients and team grow to reach their full potential, and to show this we are highlighting a different point of our 12 points of culture each week.  This week we are going to highlight an example of where we are giving clients tools to help them.  This… [ Read more ]

Sole Traders Deserve More

For Hemingway Bailey it is important that all the team, as well as our clients, are fully aware of what we stand by and believe in.  Because of this, over the next twelve weeks we are going to concentrate on a different point of culture, with regular blog posts and social media updates explaining how… [ Read more ]

Visiting London with Hull Children’s University

Hemingway Bailey believe it is important to work with the local community to make a difference in any way we can.  We do this by supporting different charities or local organisations and working with them. One of the areas we do this is through Hull Children’s University, a charity which provides children with learning experiences… [ Read more ]

Evie meets Prince Andrew

Hemingway Bailey apprentice Evie Molloy got the opportunity to meet Prince Andrew, The Duke of York, last week, as he visited Hull to meet young entrepreneurs. Evie was given this chance through the Youth Enterprise Partnership, which supports young people wanting to set up a business or allow an idea they have come to fruition.… [ Read more ]

East Yorkshire Business Expo

Hemingway Bailey had a successful day at the East Yorkshire Business Expo in Willerby on Wednesday.  The expo gave us an opportunity to meet a variety of different businesses and new people through our stand and the additional activities at the event. Some of the team took part in speed networking, including our apprentice Ruby… [ Read more ]

National Apprenticeship Awards Photos

Evie Molloy, an apprentice at Hemingway Bailey and student at East Riding College, was named Intermediate Apprentice of the Year 2014 at the Yorkshire and the Humber National Apprenticeship Awards last week.  Here are the photos from the event.