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TaxBanter is positioning itself for the future – two announcements from our Director

Jan 29, 2020 | Company announcement

TaxBanter becomes part of Knowledge Shop

Last week, we became part of Knowledge Shop (a wholly owned subsidiary of ASX listed Easton Investments) with Knowledge Shop acquiring a 60% share in TaxBanter (ASX announcement).

The synergy between TaxBanter and Knowledge Shop was too good to ignore with a similar culture and passion for the profession.

All of us at some point in time need to identify what is needed for the future. Knowledge Shop delivers the resources and support we need to drive TaxBanter’s future trajectory in a way we could not do alone or with a different partner.

For TaxBanter and our clients, it is business as usual. You will continue to work directly with the TaxBanter team, under the TaxBanter brand, with the same people delivering the quality of products and services we are known for. The acquisition is a strategic move.

Refreshing the TaxBanter brand

We’re excited to announce a new look for TaxBanter.

Over the years, TaxBanter has grown in size and expanded our product offering to meet the evolving needs of our clients but our look was inconsistent with our position as an industry leader.

Throughout the past few months, we’ve updated our brand (website, logo, colour palette, and imagery) to reflect who we are today. The process forced us to question who we are, what we represent, and the value we provide to clients. We’re proud of the modern, flexible, practical and relevant company we are and hope that you feel the new look reflects this.

Questions or feedback?

We’d love your feedback.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us on
03 9660 3500 or at enquiries@taxbanter.com.au.

All the best,

Neil Jones
Managing Director, TaxBanter

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