Not many people can say they’ve had a beer named in their honour, but Jay Bhayani was delighted when Sheffield’s Triple Point Brewery & Bar created Jay-Pur, a dry-hopped 6.9% gluten-free beer with mango, passion fruit, to help celebrate the 5th anniversary of Jay’s niche firm, Bhayani HR & Employment Law.
The celebrations, which were attended by many of the firm’s friends and clients, started in its new office at Shoreham Street, Sheffield, where Jay made an impromptu speech thanking her guests for helping the firm to become such a success.
Setting up the firm five years ago, Jay’s intent was to do things differently and offer a one-stop shop for businesses looking for first class and practical HR and legal advice. The formula she and her staff have created has clearly worked, with clients commenting on the firm’s “excellent service, communication and efficiency”.
It is this dedication to clients that has helped the firm to grow substantially and move into their own offices recently – “with space for future expansion” says Jay.
Jay and her team have developed great relationships with clients and with the business community in Sheffield. Coupled with the firm’s consistent approach to business, along with its fast-growing Watertight fixed fee package, this has enabled turnover to rise by 40% year on year, led to 5-star Google reviews and a 100% recommend rating for the Watertight package.
Jay said: “It was great to see so many people attend our celebrations and help us enjoy the excellent surroundings, food, and, of course, the beer!
“I’d really like to thank everyone for their support over the years. Business and life have had their ups and downs and it is the support of our clients, and our great team of course, that has given us the resilience to go through that and come out in the strong position that we are in now.
“We are all very excited about our plans to grow substantially over the next five years, which include recruiting new solicitors, introducing new business services and expanding outside Sheffield. Of course, we want to maintain our good reputation and attention to detail whilst doing this. I am a big believer in delivering the law with the old-fashioned principles of honesty, integrity and always putting the client first – as we say “We are in your corner” – and that is where we will stay.”