Sedulo celebrate 10-year anniversary with star-studded festival across the NorthWest

Financial consultancy firm Sedulo celebrated its 10th year in business with a celebratory festival across Manchester and Leeds.


The company reached their 10-year milestone at the beginning of May and paid tribute to the journey with Sedulofest – a 2-day festival, across 2 cities in 2 days.The event celebrated the 10-years successes with the clients and staff that have supported the company along the way. Welcoming over 330, invite only guests, the celebration provided an all-star music line up including ex Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton, ex Another Level singer Dane Bowers, and Ben Ofoedu of Phats and Small.

The music acts weren’t the only things to wow the crowd, as the event also provided a free bar, silent disco, Roxy Ballroom collaboration and a giveaway of 10 ‘money can’t buy’ prizes including a trip to Toronto, a styling session with Forever Unique’s/ Real Housewives of Cheshire star, Seema Malhotra and snooker lessons with former professional snooker player, Steven Hendry.

The 2-day event was one to remember for the expanding company and acknowledging the growth from a small office of 5 people to a £8 turnover company with 2000 clients and a team of 100 employees across Manchester, Leeds and London has motivated Sedulo to make the next ten years even better.

Of the 10-year anniversary, Managing Partner Paul Cheetham- Karcz commented:

“It’s been one hell of a ride. We set out to do things differently and we have done just that, our offices have been voted amongst the best in the UK, and our growth is perhaps the highest of any firm in the UK.
We are nestled well in the Top 100 Accountancy firms in the UK in just 10 years and we aim to go even higher. We have another acquisition planned along with typical organic growth of 35% and have one eye on another city. It goes without saying we couldn’t have done this without the amazing team we have in place and the support of all our fantastic clients who have supported us along the way. The evening was a fitting celebration of 10 years of pain but also incredible success!”

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