Wildgoose reports 21% profit growth so far during 'record breaking' 2015

Wildgoose Events has seen a 21% rise in gross profit since April 2015 and has launched a new website to showcase its growth.

Wildgoose has launched a new website to showcase it services as the business grows
Wildgoose has launched a new website to showcase it services as the business grows

Wildgoose Events has reported a ‘record breaking’ 2015 with a 21% rise in profit from 1 April to 30 November. It is also forecasting a positive outlook for the winter months, which are showing positive signs of growth.

The agency has grown 133% since 2012 and in 2015 held team events for more than 50,000 participants, up from 38,000 in 2014. Wildgoose believes it has positioned itself as the global market leaders in teambuilding events via its Wildgoose app, and has relaunched its website to better showcase its services as the business grows.

Jonny Edser, Wildgoose’s founder and MD, said: "The new website showcases our business in a far better way than our previous website, which was created in 2012 when we were a team of just eight and had fewer products.

"We are in a completely different and exciting place now and 2016 will mark the start of a new phase in our development. Our new website provides us with a ‘shop window’ that reflects this more effectively. It is important for us to communicate that we offer a great deal more than treasure hunts."

The Wildgoose app has been used by more than 6,500 companies since 2011, including Vodafone, Toyota, Matalan, Shop Direct, Robus Risk and Lime Venues Portfolio.

More:

Wildgoose expands team with two new hires

Wildgoose sees 30% rise in Christmas party bookings

Wildgoose partners with Middle East teambuilding group Turnaround

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