Managing a thoroughbred

Perry, Michelle
August 2008
Accountancy;Aug2008, Vol. 142 Issue 1380, p52
Trade Publication
The article discusses the accountancy firm James Cowper in Great Britain, focusing on its servicing the niche industry of equine and bloodstock services. Commentary throughout the article is provided by managing partner James Cowper. Other topics include specialising in a lucrative market and having a firm stand out through the knowledge of a partner.


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