Blackberry Productions predicts £1.1m of annual sales

Events agency Blackberry Productions has predicted annual sales of £1.1m for the year ended 31 March 2016.

Jackie Butler, director at Blackberry Productions
Jackie Butler, director at Blackberry Productions

Blackberry Productions, which just celebrated its fifth anniversary, is predicting a positive result for the 2015 financial year, which it called a ‘year of consolidation’ following years of steady growth. It is now aiming to grow its annual sales to £1.5m in the next financial year.


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Blackberry Productions had reported a 70% increase in turnover the previous year, which saw it move offices to larger premises in 2015 as it expanded its team. It is now looking to grow the business further and recruit a client relationship manager.

Director, Jackie Butler, said: "We are now half way into a ten-year plan that is based on steady and consistent growth rather than overnight success. Client prospects are carefully selected by the new business team to ensure a close fit with our values and approach to business. 

"For the next 12 months we have set our sights on growing sales to £1.5m keeping a careful eye on maintaining healthy margins to enable us to continue to invest in our team and the business." 

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