Recruitment firm reveals an increase in profits

Tony Berry, Chairman of Berry Recruitment.''Submitted April 2018''Ed Baker, Account Director'Deep South Media''Mobile: 07788 392965 Office: 01202 534487'E-mail: ed.baker@deepsouthmedia.co.uk'Website: www.deepsouthmedia.co.uk''Twitter: @DeepSouthMedia
Tony Berry, Chairman of Berry Recruitment.''Submitted April 2018''Ed Baker, Account Director'Deep South Media''Mobile: 07788 392965 Office: 01202 534487'E-mail: ed.baker@deepsouthmedia.co.uk'Website: www.deepsouthmedia.co.uk''Twitter: @DeepSouthMedia

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Berry Recruitment Group has announced a turnover of £65m in 2017 – up £3m on the previous year.

The recruiter also recorded an increased gross profit of a touch under £13m, and earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of £1.75m.

The company, which has a branch in Gosport and a large Wild Recruitment branch in Portsmouth, also generated a net cash inflow from operations of £1.73m.

BRG operates from 36 locations across England and Wales. Its brands include Berry Recruitment, Wild Recruitment, Express Rail Services and Wild Berry Associates.

BRG chairman Tony Berry said: ‘Again we have seen growth throughout the business – both organically and through acquisition.

‘Our turnover has more than doubled in the last six years and we are planning further significant growth this year – and already we are recording profits above targeted levels. The demand for our services continues to increase and the job market remains buoyant.’