FINANCIALS: Sellick Partnership sees turnover up 10%

Sellick Partnership has seen turnover increase 10% year-on-year, according to the company’s annual results.

The professional services staffing specialist’s results for the year ended 28 February 2017, and recently released on Companies House, reveals group turnover grew to £38.8m, with net fee income also up 6% to £5.8m.

Commenting on the results, managing director Jo Sellick said: “I am thrilled that we have managed to maintain our lengthy period of sustained growth despite a number of challenges over the past 12 months. The recruitment market has remained buoyant in the wake of a lot of uncertainty across the UK and it is great to see financial results that reflect that. It is also incredibly encouraging to see our new offerings, actuarial, HR, change and transformation and housing all performing well. 

“2017/18 is going to be an incredibly exciting year for Sellick Partnership... We will continue to grow incrementally within our current specialisms, as well as cater for the needs of the growing market across the UK.”

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