Guardian publishes Theta’s research returning to work

The Guardian has published Theta’s latest research on Brits returning to work. With millions of us heading back to offices up and down the country this week, our data showed that half of working Brits do not want to return to pre-COVID working environments. More needs to be done to help people working in safe…

Bloomberg – Brits Don’t Want to Go Back to Working Pre-Covid-19 Office Hours

As offices and shops in Britain start to reopen, most business executives and their workers would rather not return to work in the way did before the pandemic our survey shows.  The results of our survey are featured in Bloomberg Business News today. Read the article here Or download here

Bloomberg – our survey on post covid-19 impacts to Londoner’s desire to use public transport

Bloomberg– Londoners have become afraid of public transport. Our latest survey looking at post-COVID-19 working environments has been reported in Bloomberg LP’s CityLab, as it found that 70% of workers in the Capital no longer feel comfortable travelling to work on public transport. Moreover, 35% of the surveyed U.K. residents said that going back to a…

Accounting Bulletin – how more nimble firms can now take on the Big 4.

COVID-19 has given smaller, more nimble firms the opportunity to take on the Big 4. Last week, we spoke to International Accounting Bulletin about how the Coronavirus period is helping firms take on the established Big 4 in the accountancy space. We offer the quality of large firm work at a far better value point…

Consultancy.UK: Mental health is paramount even more so during these times

This is the new norm, don’t let it impact your mental health for good.’ Today, We spoke to Consultancy.UK discussing how the working conditions brought about by the COVID-19 period will become the new norm and how to avoid it having a lasting impact on our collective mental health. We give our thoughts on how…

Accountancy Daily: Theta disrupting the market for big firm services

We are disrupting the market for big firm services and are constantly challenging the Big Four. Our Managing Director recently wrote a guest article for Accountancy Daily on this subject and how other firms can disrupt the accountancy sector through improved practices and a greater focus on work-life balance for staff. Read the article here…

Start of a revolution to take on the big firms

This week I spoke to International Accounting Bulletin and explained why the COVID-19 pandemic period may be the start of a revolution in the industry and the time for more nimble firms, like Theta , to take on the Big 4. Click here to read the article Click here to download the article

Mental Health awareness week – our comments to Tech Round

This year’s Mental Health Awareness week started on Monday and in light of this, we spoke to Tech Round on how those in the professional services can stay on top of the strain especially in a time of isolation. This is a difficult time for people who have not even been directly affected by the…

Business Money – taking on the Big 4

We spoke to Business Money about why is the time for challenger firms to take on the Big 4. The market will undergo a seismic change during this COVID-19 period so agile, more nimble firms may have an opportunity to provide a top-quality service that rivals a Big 4 product while being more personal and…

Only Strategic – our thoughts on the lock-down relaxation

‘Only Strategic’ spoke to our MD about how the COVID-19 lockdown period and comments from Chief Executive of Barclays Bank, Jes Stately, on how offices are likely to be empty once the professional services industries are allowed to return to work. We believe it could create a mass exodus from traditional office spaces for good….

Reuters features our comments on ‘Could this be the death of the water cooler chat?’

Could this period be the death of the water cooler chat? I spoke to Thomson Reuters about the importance of the social aspect of work for team cohesion and how to replicate this remotely. Click below to read the full report on COVID-19 from Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence on how to meet regulatory expectations when…

The Express and Star : Businesses need clarity before committing to new working arrangements.

Businesses need clarity before committing to new working arrangements. We join national business leaders in sharing our thoughts to the The Express and Star on the new returning to work announcement expected on Sunday from the Prime Minister. Businesses up and down the country need the confidence that we will avoid a double-dip lockdown so…