Fenland businessman receives prestigious national mentoring award

IAB chair Janet Jack, Quentin Pain, Nathan Hardwick of sponsor SFEDI

IAB chair Janet Jack, Quentin Pain, Nathan Hardwick of sponsor SFEDI - Credit: Archant

A FENLAND businessman has seen off nationwide competition to become “Small Business Mentor of the Year”.

Quentin Pain, 56, of Wisbech, received the accolade at the International Association of Book-keepers’ 40th anniversary awards dinner held in London.

He has been involved in business for more than 30 years and is the author of several books.

Mr Pain started British software company Accountz, which supplies the UK and Europe through PC World, Apple Stores, Amazon and other retail outlets.

The International Association of Book-keepers is the leading UK and international professional body for those providing bookkeeping and accounting services to small businesses.


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