More news from Leonard Curtis, the insolvency firm hitherto known for the jovial way it relates its success (see Other Business, June 1993). Again, the tidings are good - perhaps, some might feel, inappropriately so. Five years after first opening an office in Brighton, it is moving to larger premises elsewhere in the town. 'Of course, our expansion has been helped by the current economic climate,' admits partner Geoff Rhodes, obviously oblivious to the much-touted recovery. Leonard Curtis's good fortune in the South East comes after a similar period of growth in the North West, 'a local lead we are keen to copy and look forward to achieving over the next five years in Brighton'. Brighton must surely be hoping otherwise.
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