Archive for April, 2010

Robbie Fowler meets up with old friends Allan and Helen of Signworld at the opening of LBW Accountants new North West office!

Friday, April 16th, 2010

Allan Stephenson Managing Director of The Signworld group together with Allan’s wife Helen recently met up again with Robbie Fowler, Ex Liverpool international striker at the official opening of Signworlds Accountants LBWs New North West Offices.

Robbie, Signworld & LBW Chartered Accountants are keen supporters of several charitable organisations of which Robbie plays an important key role.

Allan Stephenson later commented that Robbie is a key supporter of charity work and works tirelessly in supporting various charitable organisations throughout the uk including muscular dystrophy (If you would like to know more about Muscular Dystrophy visit their website by clicking here).

Robbie, now 35 is most recognized as the Liverpool legend for his years during 1993 to 2001, and again from 2006 to 2007, Scoring a total of 126 goals.

Allan our Managing Director with old friend Robbie Fowler

Allan our Managing Director with old friend Robbie Fowler

Allan, Robbie and Helen.

Allan, Robbie and Helen.

Signworld on BBC News at 10!

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Signworld were approached by the BBC yesterday to give their opinions on the 2010 election.

As we know Gordon Browns Labour Party intend to increase employees National Insurance contributions to support national debt created by our recent bank bailout.

As a well respected city based manufacturing company with over 10 employees Signworld were the BBC’s obvious choice to voice their opinions on how the proposed increase can effect businesses.

Signworld’s M.D. Allan Stephenson was interviewed by a London Based BBC reporter who candidly delivered his stance that our personal National Insurance contributions ensure our Schools, Hospitals, Policing and Pensions are safe, and that we have to face up to the face we have a National Debt and in his opinion whether we like it or not the clearest way of assisting the countries deficit is by a way of a National Insurance increase.

Please take a look at the snap shots below of Allan Stephenson and James Moorcroft.

Our managing director, Allan

Deep in conversation

Our studio manager Jay

Our studio manager Jay