Enterprise Worldwide Positions Itself with Porter Hétu International

Enterprise Worldwide, an international association of independent accounting firms, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Porter Hétu International, an association of independent member firms across Canada. While they will continue to operate independently as separate entities, this new partnership allows each association's members to draw upon the combined resources of more than 110 firms around the globe.

Enterprise Worldwide and Porter Hétu International have formed a cooperative partnership effective immediately. This system will support the fluid exchange of technical expertise, best practices and client referrals – both inbound and outbound – throughout the world.
 
Adélaïde Ness, executive director of Enterprise Worldwide, states, "This new relationship will add tremendous value to our Enterprise Worldwide members whose clients have increasing demands for services in Canada. Giving our members access to an established group of firms in that part of the world is simply a value-add for everyone. We are excited about getting to know this group of firms and look forward to many shared exchanges and experiences in the years to come."
 
Enterprise Worldwide consists of 73 member firms all over the world with approximately 110 office locations. 
 
Michel P. Laliberté, international chairman of Porter Hétu International, states, "We are excited with this new relationship which will offer our members access to quality firms south of the border. Globalization of markets is real and this new relationship should provide our members expert advice and resources for their clients." 
 
Source: March 26, 2013, Enterprise Worldwide Press Release
 

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