BI Worldwide

BI Worldwide has won work with clients including UPS, Johnson & Johnson, and Dell.

BI Worldwide managing director Mike Davies is pleased with 2012 financial results
BI Worldwide managing director Mike Davies is pleased with 2012 financial results

What’s the lowdown? BI Worldwide has headquarters in six different countries — Australia, Canada, China, India, the US, and its UK base in Newport Pagnell.

Why shine the spotlight? BI Worldwide has recorded its audited annual accounts for the year ending June 2012, showing a 36% increase in pre-tax profit to £706,000.

Client work? BI Worldwide has carried out work with clients including Toyota, UPS, Canon and Bupa in the last year.

What’s next? BI Worldwide managing director Mike Davies is forecasting further growth in the business in its current financial year, to the end of June 2013, including a 10.5% increase in profit in the events business. New clients for the current year include Johnson & Johnson and Dell.

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