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Cowgill Holloway LLP appointed by Airangel Ltd

16th June 2011
North West chartered accountants and business advisers, Cowgill Holloway LLP, have been appointed to provide audit, tax advisory and business services for internet solutions provider Airangel Ltd.
Airangel was formed in 2003 and is a global provider of branded internet access solutions, serving some of the world’s leading hospitality and corporate brands. On a monthly average, more than 160,000 business and leisure travellers rely on Airangel to keep them connected with secure high-speed internet access in hotels, conference centres, sporting venues and corporate offices spanning across 3 continents.
The business now operates out of its Warrington headquarters and is headed up by Managing Director, Dean Wilkinson. They have an impressive client list including distinguished brands such as Malmaison, De Vere, Radisson Blu, Holiday Inn Express, Eversheds and Harrogate International Conference Centre.
Stuart Stead, partner in charge of property, construction and hospitality at Cowgill Holloway, said: “We are delighted to be associated with such a successful business and we will be working with Dean and his team to help plan for their long-term future. We too operate heavily within the hotel and leisure sectors and therefore have an in-depth knowledge of the sector and its issues which may in turn affect Airangel. We look forward to developing a mutually beneficial relationship.”

Dean Wilkinson, Managing Director at Airangel said:
“Cowgill Holloway is a hugely respected firm of accountants across the North West.  The firm was able to show a good understanding of our business as we both operate in similar markets. We look forward to our continued success in the coming years supported by the knowledge and expertise of Cowgill Holloway.”


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Posted by Stuart Stead
16th June, 2011
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