Meet The Team


Director and Resident Accounticorn


Co-founder and award-winning Director of Ellacott Morris, Michelle’s ‘accounticorn’ (accountant meets unicorn) spirit flows through the business. Clear from the very start that Ellacott Morris would offer an accountancy service that is very different from ‘the norm’, Michelle brings colour, sparkles, pizazz and a little bit of magic to the team.

Known for her entrepreneurial prowess, which has seen her win multiple awards in business, Michelle drives the business onwards and upwards, with the support of her loyal team. Never veering away from their original vision, Michelle and Anjuli have created something unique and inspiring in their sector.

Building a business that is focussed on people, both those employed at Ellacott Morris and the people running the businesses they support, Michelle’s positive persona helps companies overcome barriers to achieve targets they didn’t think possible.

Michelle wears many hats within the business and having found a natural aptitude for marketing, she is responsible for continued growth and success. With many genius marketing ideas occurring to her on her early morning dog walks, Benji has earnt his title as the company’s Barketing Executive.

Recent Blog Posts

Make your Business more Account-able with our new Account-ability service…

Thursday, May 9, 2024

What’s the most crucial element of your business? Your finances! A good understanding of your financial position and steady control of your numbers are vital to your business’s success. Poor cash flow can kill a company, bad debt can destroy a business… Therefore, it’s time to get more account-able! 

How do I change my Accounting Software?

Thursday, May 9, 2024

If you’re looking to change the accounting software your business uses, or you’re looking to change accountant, and your preferred company uses a different system to you, then how do you make the switch?

HMRC Helpline

Saturday, March 30, 2024

In a recent development, HMRC caused a stir by announcing the closure of their self-assessment helpline for six months of the year, starting from April this year. However, the decision was temporarily paused less than a day later following a significant backlash.