• Anne Wordsworth, Cube Accounting

New Offices for Cube Accounting

Updated: Mar 18

Cube Accounting acquired new office premises in January 2021 to accommodate the growing needs of the business.


Since the business started in 2013 it has thrived and seen a real period of growth leading up to and during the pandemic which has resulted in this move. In addition to the move to larger premises there is also a need to recruit two new team members to be able to confidently manage the increased number of new clients.

Photo: From Left Phaedra Elson, Lucy Hawkins, Anne Wordsworth, Amy Gould, Lucy Clayton Photo Credit: Annie Johnston Photography.


Since starting the business in 2013 and working from my home office Anne quickly realised that there was a need for a plain speaking accountancy service that offered a quality service at affordable prices. Small businesses owners in particular that outsource their finance requirements don’t want to be baffled by complicated terminology, they want a straightforward approach that they can understand and in turn better manage their business.


The pandemic for many business owners has resulted in things slowing down and they have had the time to review how they operate. Expensive retainer fees charged by some practices that offer little support in return for in many cases simply filing tax returns are no longer considered acceptable and owners are looking for a more supportive service.


The new premises in Davy Court, Castle Mound Way, Rugby are easily accessible to major road links, offer plenty of parking and can not only accommodate the existing team but are of a size that will meet the continued growth and space requirements predicted by the business over the next three to five years.


The move marks an important milestone for Cube Accounting and supports its commitment to wanting to stay in Rugby and to serving the business community in Warwickshire and the wider Midlands area.


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