TaxAssist Accountants expands into Canada

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TaxAssist Accountants has granted master franchising rights for Canada to QX Global Group.

The bookkeeping and accounting franchise has already established branches in the Republic of Ireland, the US and Australia, but it’s now focussing on Canada. QX Global Group will be able to launch units in the provinces of Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia, as well as Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. 

The organisation’s Senior Vice President of Business Operations, Niraj Mehta, will lead the expansion strategy. 

Karl Sandall, TaxAssist Accountants’ Chief Executive Director, said,

“We are delighted to have awarded our Canadian master franchise rights to the internationally known and respected QX Global Group. The team are all highly skilled individuals who share our passion and vision, which, combined with our 25 years of experience in building and running a leading franchise network, bodes well for future success.” 

Chris Robinson FCCA, QX Global Group’s Founder and Executive Chairman, added: 

“We are constantly exploring strategic opportunities where we can add value, and this partnership with The TaxAssist Group hits all the right buttons. We look forward to building on our long-standing relationship with TaxAssist, and this just seems like a natural progression to establish a new line of services in the North American region.”

According to Chris, Canada has “one of the largest franchise industries in the world” and TaxAssist has a USP - its comprehensive accounts, tax and advisory service aimed at small businesses. As a result, QX Global Group anticipates a high level of interest across Canada when the branches get up and running, especially given the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

If you’re interested in finding out more about the franchise’s Canada expansion plan and joining the business as a franchisee, you can take part in one of the upcoming discovery days.

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