INPACT Americas announces new member firm
INPACT Americas, an internationally affiliated association of accounting firms, is pleased to announce the admission of a new member firm, Alloy Silverstein Shapiro Adams Mulford Cicalese Wilson & Co. of Cherry Hill, NJ.
Alloy Silverstein Shapiro Adams Mulford Cicalese Wilson & Co., of Cherry Hill, New Jersey is the 21st largest accounting firm with offices in the Philadelphia region. The firm’s shareholders and staff of dedicated professionals have experience representing most segments of the business world. The firm, which has experienced substantial growth since establishment in 1959, currently employs over 70 individuals providing a vast range of services.
INPACT Americas presently numbers 30 members in 18 states, Canada and Mexico, with a combined international alliance of more than 150 firms in 60 countries. The association is seeking new members in New England, western states, Montreal and Vancouver.
For additional information about INPACT Americas, please contact:
P.O. Box 495
Frederick, Maryland 21705-0495
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