Monday, 19 September 2011

Crunch accounting named Smarta top 100 business

Crunch accounting has been named a top Smarta 100 business - one of the ‘brightest, smartest and most inspirational businesses from across the UK’, according to the judges. To vote for your favourite business, which could receive the top Smarta 100 Business of the Year Award, visit here before 6pm on 20 September.

The Smarta 100 awards is supported by O2 and is a celebration of the most resourceful, original, exciting and disruptive small businesses in the UK, across all business sectors.

The Smarta 100 business, Crunch accounting, offers a unique, streamlined method for small businesses and freelancers to deal with all their accounting requirements. The service combines a team of expert accountants who are available for advice over the phone, with easy-to-use and automated online accounting software.

As well as a £10,000 first prize for the Smarta 100 Business of the Year, there are also special cash and product prizes in key categories including innovation, technology, people, resources, marketing and social impact. All winners will attend an awards event at London’s Indigo2 on 21 September when the overall winner will be announced.

Entrepreneur and Crunch founder said Darren Fell: “It’s great to have received the recognition from Smarta as a top 100 business. This award scheme truly reflects our entrepreneurial spirit and our aim to improve, streamline and disrupt the often slow and costly accounting procedures that UK small businesses face.”

Smarta 100 judges include TV property expert Sarah Beeny, head of Smarta Sháá Wasmund, founder of King of Shaves Will King, PR supremo and founder of B.Hive Lynne Franks and O2 general manager Simon Devonshire.

For more information about the awards, go to

Crunch Accounting combines a team of expert accountants available over the phone with easy-to-use online accounting software. Designed specifically for freelancers, contractors and small businesses, Crunch Accounting is more than just accounting – it’s a business tool.

The accountant and software service is available for a fixed monthly fee of £59.50. For this, users can invoice, add expenses, have their annual accounts and returns prepared and see the exact health of their businesses instantly with a fun, innovative and simple-to-use website with banking grade security.

Crunch is founded by online entrepreneur Darren Fell, with investment from Bebo’s co-founder Paul Birch and former Skype Chairman Michael van Swaaij.

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