The Billington Group and Silva Timber help Mills Media Group to 53% growth in sales

Mills Media Group is celebrating a 53% growth in its sales thanks to event clients including The Billington Group, Peel Ports and Silva Timber.

The Billington Group and Silva Timber help Mills Media Group to 53% growth in sales
The Billington Group and Silva Timber help Mills Media Group to 53% growth in sales
Continued robust growth is forecast for the remainder of the year and beyond, with the company growing turnover for the first nine months of the year by more than £300,000 compared to the same period in 2011.

Mills Media Group reported steady growth across all departments with photography up 20%, conferencing up 82%, video production up 59% and exhibitions up 41%.

Mills Media Group’s managing director Andrew Mills said: "Over the last 12 months Mills Media has received a large increase in demand from new and existing clients, particularly in the transport and logistics, green energy and medical sectors. As the UK economy has picked up, so too has the amount of investment that companies are prepared to make into creative production."

The company has staged major conferences and events for several multi-national clients including BIBA Medical, The Royal Statistical Society and the Credit Services Association. It has also worked on a wide range of video and exhibition projects for high-profile local and national clients including The Billington Group, Peel Ports and Silva Timber.

"Fortunately, this continued growth shows no sign of slowing down, with many other exciting projects in the pipeline for the rest of the year including The Liverpool Music Awards, The Lord’s Taverners Sporting Dinner, British Cycling Olympians’ celebration and Bullens Healthcare," added Mills.


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