Source: Bay of Plenty Times
Tauranga’s oldest firm Athere’s a lot of heritage to pay homage to, yet at the same time Sharp Tudhope has a steely eyed gaze on the future. Partner Richard Hoare was asked the other day what happens next. His answer was simple. “More of the same.
This is our home. We’re deeply committed to Tauranga and to continue to play the role we play in our region, both the firm and the city need to continue to flourish, and we have a fundamental part to play in that.” He says it’s a privilege to be a partner in a firm celebrating 125 years in business, especially when that business has such an energetic strategic view of the future.
From their long-standing sponsorship of the ExportNZ Bay of Plenty Business Awards since its inception, to their charitable support of Waipuna Hospice, the Tauranga Arts Festival, Tauranga Art Gallery, Graeme Dingle Foundation and many others the partners and team work hard to ensure there’s a good balance between looking after their clients, contributing to the growth of the region and supporting the community.
“We have generations of clients and families who are still with the firm and I think that bears testament to the care we take in our relationships,” says Partner Matthew Billett.
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