Grant Thornton will provide tax and audit advice to the electronic cigarette supplier
Grant Thornton Scotland (GTS) has been appointed as business advisor to electronic cigarette supplier SKYCIG.
GTS will provide tax and audit expertise as SKYCIG looks to expand its business.
SKYCIG claims to have more than 200,000 UK customers for its battery powered cigarettes.
GTS' Sandra Rodger, who made the initial connection with SKYCIG and now leads their audit engagement, said: “We are delighted to be working with SKYCIG.
“This is an innovative and ambitious company with a board of heavy hitters and we are very excited by their drive to continue to build the company.
“Our services are focused on helping businesses to grow"
“Markets are undoubtedly tough, but we know that this does not need to stifle ambition.
“What we can bring is a purpose, structure and an enthusiastic, open mindedness which today’s economic climate needs.”
Tom Rolfe, executive director at SKYCIG, added: “As one of the leading UK accountancies, Grant Thornton provides SKYCIG with superior business advice and helps us adhere to exacting financial standards.
“Adhering to these high standards assists us in maintaining profitable growth and ensures our customers and many global business partners have the utmost confidence in SKYCIG’s leadership.”