Aspect reports 66% profit increase

Agency Aspect has reported a 66% increase in pre-tax profits on its unaudited accounts for the year ending 30 April 2017.

Jo Randle
Jo Randle

Pre-tax profit has increased to £466k, up from £280k for the same 12-month period in 2016, which constitutes an increase of 66.27%.

Sales targets have also been hit, and have been estimated to close at £4,208m, up from £3,552m for the same period last year, which is an increase of 18.46%.

Jo Randle, CEO of Aspect, said: "It has been an excellent year for Aspect and I am absolutely delighted. For the first time in our company history we hit our three targets on sales, profit and client satisfaction.  A great achievement by the whole team -  we are now in an excellent place for the year ahead."

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