No Sweat for Accountants with New Client Win
14th October 2010
FreshMax, the no sweat miracle shirt, has appointed leading North West accountants and business advisers Cowgill Holloway LLP to provide outsourced financial support and ongoing general compliance services.
As recently seen on ITV 1 and BBC Two, the FreshMax shirt is the brainchild of two young, dynamic entrepreneurs, Oliver Van Emden and Bradley Rose, who came up with the idea for FreshMax while studying at Manchester University. The pair spent eight years and raised £1.5 million funding in order to develop a special fabric called SmartWeave that prevents sweat marks from showing.
Speaking on the appointment, Cowgill Holloway’s Outsourced Solutions Director Paul Cunniff said: “This is an amazing time to have joined forces with FreshMax, and we at Cowgill Holloway look forward to working with them and are excited about assisting them with their future development. We hope that this is the beginning of a long term relationship.”
Bradley Rose, said: “Cowgill Holloway was able to show a good understanding of our business and have joined us at an exciting stage in our development. We look forward to working alongside Paul and his team at Cowgill Holloway and benefitting from their extensive knowledge and expertise.”
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