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Larking Gowen unveils new image and website following rebrand project

PUBLISHED: 16:49 07 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:29 07 November 2017

Larking Gowen staff and others mark the launch of the accountancy firm's rebrand. From left: Phil Moy, partner overseeing rebrand; Chris Greeves, chairman; Sharyn Scott, project manager and business development manager; Peter Jenkins, creative director at design agency Trebuchet; Henry Creagh, copywriter at Creagh Associates; Julie Grimmer, partner overseeing rebrand; Emma Dinmore, account director at Trebuchet; and Jon Woolston, managing partner. Picture: Larking Gowen

Larking Gowen staff and others mark the launch of the accountancy firm's rebrand. From left: Phil Moy, partner overseeing rebrand; Chris Greeves, chairman; Sharyn Scott, project manager and business development manager; Peter Jenkins, creative director at design agency Trebuchet; Henry Creagh, copywriter at Creagh Associates; Julie Grimmer, partner overseeing rebrand; Emma Dinmore, account director at Trebuchet; and Jon Woolston, managing partner. Picture: Larking Gowen

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A regional accountancy and business advice firm is launching a new website as part of an image overhaul.

Larking Gowen has also relaunched its social media profiles and installed new imagery across its eight offices in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.

The rebrand – which was 18 months in the making – took effect on November 6.

The updated website has new features including an “insights” section, a full staff directory, and service and industry-specific searches.

Business development manager Sharyn Scott recommended the rebrand to “refresh” the 130-year-old firm’s image and give a “clearer message” to clients. “A more engaging brand will enable us to continue to grow in an ever-competitive market place and to attract new clients as well as top talent to the firm,” she said.

To celebrate the rebrand the firm is running a competition on Twitter through its @LarkingGowen account.

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