The Deloitte Cambridge office comprises 7 Partners and over 250 staff who deliver a full range of professional services to the East Anglian region. As well as focussing on the life sciences and technology sectors for which the region has become so renowned, the office has long standing specialisms in other sectors including the professions, consumer business and agriculture.
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Core services constitute Assurance and Advisory, Corporate and Personal Tax and Corporate Finance, Business Consultancy and Entrepreneurial Business.
The Deloitte Technology Group in Cambridge serves a client base comprising of start ups through to listed multinational businesses. The focus of the group on technology based businesses enables us to provide a service designed specifically for the needs of your business.
Experienced staff within the Technology Group will work with you to build your business. Services can be selected from our extensive portfolio. As your business evolves we will adapt our service to meet your changing requirements.This service is provided by a dedicated multi-disciplinary team of specialists with extensive experience of working with technology companies.
How Deloitte can help?
Our service approach recognises that the needs of growing companies will change as they develop. Our portfolio of services will provide the level of support you require throughout the life cycle of your business.
Our services for technology based business include:-
- Start up services
- Fund Raising
- Strategic Alliances
- Human Resources Services
- Personal Tax
We would be pleased to meet with you to gain an understanding of how Deloitte can contribute to your success.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is one of the UK's foremost technology award programmes, celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship. It is a ranking of the country's 50 fastest growing technology companies, driven by leading intellectual property and based on revenue growth over the last four years.
Services we can offer include: Audit, Corporate tax advice, R&D tax credits, VAT, Fund-raising, Share option schemes.
Services we can offer include:Corporate finance services, M&A advice, MBOs, Fund-raisings through equity or debt, Reporting accountants for IPOs, Lead advisory on IPOs, Trade sales and disposals, Due diligence.
Services we can offer include: Company secretarial, Accounts preparation, Audit, Business and Personal Tax, VAT, Bookkeeping and payroll services, Assistance with business planning.
The Deloitte technology group in Cambridge serves a client base comprising of start ups through to listed multinational businesses.
Through Deloitte & Touche Private Clients, we are able to offer a wide range of specialist tax skills to individuals.
The corporate tax practice in Cambridge comprises 20 professional staff, highly experienced in dealing with companies from start-ups to global multi-nationals.
At Deloitte & Touche, we recognise the differing service needs of smaller businesses - particularly high growth start-ups and owner managed businesses.
Over the years we have developed close contacts with a wide portfolio of clients throughout the East Anglian region, playing an active role in helping to realise their full business potential.
Deloitte adds value by anticipating complex business problems and recommending preventative action on many different aspects of your business.
The pace of technological change is one of the biggest challenges facing industry executives today.
The life and health sciences sector includes a diverse range of businesses.
Eight in ten CFOs (81%) say they expect the long-term business environment to be worse as a result of the UK leaving the EU, according to Deloitte’s latest CFO Survey. This is the highest level since the EU referendum in 2016.
16 April 2019Read in full
Deloitte Cambridge and Cambridge Assessment have been recognised as two of the best workplaces in the Midlands and Central England at the annual British Council for Offices' (BCO) regional awards, held last week at ICC Birmingham.
1 April 2019Read in full
Approximately 80% of CFOs say they expect the long-term business environment to be worse as a result of leaving the EU, according to Deloitte’s latest CFO Survey.
5 February 2019Read in full
The technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) practice at Deloitte, the business advisory firm, has today announced its predictions for the UK TMT sector in 2019. The news comes following the launch of the eighteenth edition of Deloitte’s TMT Predictions 2019 report.
16 January 2019Read in full
Business leaders’ confidence in the digital capabilities of new entrants to the workplace has improved in the past six months, according to the latest Digital Disruption Index by Deloitte. Eighteen per cent of digital leaders believe that school leavers and graduates are entering work with the right digital skills and experience, up from 12 per cent who said the same six months earlier.*
9 January 2019Read in full
Harnessing productivity through skills holds the key for regional growth, according to Deloitte’s latest Power Up report.
29 November 2018Read in full
Deloitte has announced the winners of the 2018 UK Technology Fast 50 awards. The awards recognise and rank the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in the UK, based on the last four years of revenue data, and are sponsored by DLA Piper, Oracle NetSuite and Silicon Valley Bank.
19 November 2018Read in full
Concerns about the effects of Brexit on the UK business environment have increased, according to Deloitte’s latest CFO Survey. Over the past quarter, optimism and risk appetite have fallen among CFOs and they look more willing to rein in corporate spending over the coming year.
9 October 2018Read in full
Thirty-nine percent of smartphone users in the UK - the equivalent of 17 million people - believe they use their smartphone too much, according to the latest research from Deloitte. Generation Z smartphone users (16-24 years-old) are particularly concerned about their usage habits, with 61% (4.3m young people) believing they use their device too much.
21 September 2018Read in full