Tindall Perry turnover up 12% in last 12 months
Manchester-based finance recruitment consultancy Tindall Perry Partnership has increased its turnover by around 12% this year. The firm, which specialises in the placement of financial professionals from the boardroom to qualified finance and accounting staff, hit revenues of £450,000 at the end of its financial year (30th September 2016).
Despite challenging conditions, this is the third year of consecutive growth for the company. Its revenue in 2013/14 was £290,000 and then in 2014/15 it increased by £100,000 to reach £390,000.
Under the leadership of Leyla Tindall, director, the firm states it has continued to focus on a number of core sectors which it believes will place it strongly for the future; namely the manufacturing/ FMCG, retail, leisure, e-commerce and property markets. Over the past few years, it has grown a roster of high profile clients as well as SMEs and entrepreneurs.
In recent months, and to aid its growth, the business has undertaken a targeted marketing and communications programme that has encompassed advertising, media relations and the staging/ sponsorship of events across the North West. Based on this year’s strong performance, it is also now actively recruiting and looking to further build the team.
Tindall said, “These results are great news but the focus now is on planning for the future. Whilst there is still some uncertainty because of Brexit we are seeing a continued upturn in the market which is positive. My view is that this will continue so we will carry on tailoring our offering to what’s actually needed and where the demand is coming from.
“We’ve worked hard to really understand our clients, the factors that affect their individual sectors and how we can add value. That clear focus has driven our strategy and has ensured that we have a track record of developing lasting partnerships which are based on sound discretion, reliability, professionalism, commercial awareness, collaboration and first class market intel.”
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