Wilder Coe celebrates reaching “50, not out.”

Natasha Webb

Natasha Webb
Using accounting and audit technology on a laptop for renewable energy business

Using accounting and audit technology in the renewable energy sector

Accounting and audit technology is changing the way many conduct business and how data is analysed. When used intelligently, it can deliver real benefits to renewable energy companies and the wider society. As the renewable energy sector expands, the importance of accurate accounting and audit technology has become increasingly apparent. Technology is essential in ensuring …

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Wilder Coe turns 50

Wilder Coe turns 50!

On Monday, 23 October 1972, Robert Coe and Ian Wilder first opened the doors to Wilder Coe Chartered Accountants in Grosvenor Place. Having known each other since school, Robert and Ian took different routes into the accounting world, but their paths crossed again at a small city firm in the late sixties, where they decided …

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Wilder Coe supporting homeless charities

Supporting homeless charities this winter

Did you know in 2020 that an estimated 2,688 people could be rough sleeping on any given single night in England? The pandemic hit many people hard, and thousands lost their homes. The Combined Homelessness and Information Network (CHAIN) counted 11,018 people were sleeping on the streets in London between April 2020 and March 2021. …

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The Hygiene Bank

Wilder Coe raises over £1,400 to tackle hygiene poverty

Can you imagine washing your hair, body and clothes in the same washing up liquid used for dishes? Many of us have access to everyday hygiene, sanitary and grooming products. We can bathe each morning, wear freshly cleaned clothes and can brush our teeth twice a day. Although, for many, these are restricted options as …

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