Xeinadin Group (‘Xeinadin’), the UK and Ireland-based business advisory and accountancy group, has appointed SEC Newgate UK to provide strategic communications advice to support its ambitious growth and development plans. 

Formed in 2019, Xeinadin is a group of over 100 accountancy firms in Ireland and the UK, providing specialist accounting knowledge across a range of sectors and specialisms to help SMEs and their owner-managers achieve their goals. The Group has a large national presence with 14 regional hubs providing centralised expertise, back office and technological support to their respective firms, further strengthening their locally-forged client relationships.

Raise awareness

The Agency will work with Xeinadin’s management team to raise awareness among key target audiences through an integrated strategic communications campaign showcasing its purpose, value and impact locally, nationally and internationally. SEC Newgate will support Xeinadin in its vision to be the most trusted business advisory and accountancy group for owner-managed businesses and small and medium-sized enterprises across the UK and Ireland.

The SEC Newgate team is led by Emma Kane, Chief Executive, and Ian Morris, Director, and supported by Jessica Hodson Walker, Account Director.

“We have ambitious plans to build our Group – communications will be an important part of this plan. The SEC Newgate team’s communications experience and significant expertise in professional services is exactly what we were looking for as we enter our next growth phase.”
Derry Crowley, Chief Executive Officer of Xeinadin

“We’re excited about partnering with Xeinadin Group and we look forward to telling their story and working with their team to help them seize the significant opportunity they have through communications, advocacy and research.”
Emma Kane, Chief Executive, SEC Newgate UK

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020 3757 6767
Emma Kane, Ian Morris, Jessica Hodson Walker

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