Wildgoose has 45% profit growth

The company has reported that gross profit figures are up from £981,000 in 2016/17 to £1.43m 2017/18.

Wildgoose's redesigned website
Wildgoose's redesigned website

Teambuilding specialist Wildgoose has reported year-on-year growth of 45%, with gross profit figures up from £981,000 in 2016/17 to £1.43m 2017/18.

This growth has spurred the launch of a brand new American website to better support the growth of Wildgoose USA, in addition to three new sections on the UK site showcasing the company’s new business divisions.

"We made the decision to invest in our website as a result of 45% year-on-year growth," said Priya Taylor, commercial director, Wildgoose

"The launch of our USA website marks the next phase of our continued growth over in the states following our New York office opening in 2016. There’s no end to the versatility of our technology platform, so it made complete sense to invest in the redesign of the website to better reflect our core business divisions, and we couldn’t be happier with the way it’s come together."

The newly designed website provides a comprehensive overview of the six key focus areas for Wildgoose, from team activities and treasure hunts through to interactive meetings, learning and development.

 

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