Norman Broadbent claws back operating profit in H1
Norman Broadbent also confirmed continued investment in new consultants across the Group, notably in AGP and its new management team, with Scanes Bentley joining the Group as executive chairman.
Scanes Bentley, executive chairman of Norman Broadbent, said, “Our results for the first six months of 2015 are strong and the results indicate that NBES and Norman Broadbent Leadership Consulting (“NBLC”) performed well and our enhanced suite of service offerings made considerable progress.
"After a strong H1, and a good performance in the traditionally challenging month of July, NBES has experienced slower trading in August and September. I am confident that we are addressing the issues that affect both the short term trading challenges and the longer term strategic positioning of the business”.