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NES Global Talent Rises 45 Places Up Sunday Times Top Track 250

NES Global Talent Rises 45 Places Up Sunday Times Top Track 250

NES Global Talent, the leading global staffing specialist, is 64th in a Sunday Times league table of Britain’s top 250 leading mid-market private companies, up an impressive 45 places from 109th the previous year.

The company achieved sales of &pound380.2 million and an operating profit of &pound16.3 million, according to the Top Track 250 report published yesterday.

Stephen Buckley, Group Finance Director at NES Global Talent, said:

“We are delighted that NES Global Talent has risen up the Top Track 250 from last years’ position. According to the report, we are the most profitable mid-market private engineering staffing consultancy in the UK, an achievement we are extremely proud of.”

NES Global Talent specialises in providing skilled technical and engineering staff for global projects, with two-thirds of its revenues coming from overseas. In 2006, Neil Tregarthen, Chief Executive of NES Global Talent, led an &pound86 million secondary buyout backed by Graphite Capital. Earlier this month, Graphite Capital sold the company to AEA Investors for &pound234 million.

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