Dynamic Conferences & Events set for growth

Dynamic Conferences & Events is expanding in the US and expects 15% growth in 2010 following new business wins.

Dynamic Conferences & Events set for growth
Dynamic Conferences & Events set for growth

The Sussex-based company saw revenue growth of around 15% for the year ended October 2009 against the previous year.

New client wins, growth in business from existing clients and negotiating with suppliers were cited as the main reasons for the upswing.

The company plans to open an office in the US in March to develop US-based clients.

Dynamic Conferences & Events director Malcolm Wallace said: "I am expecting at least 15% growth for the next 12 months (November 2009 to December 2010) ­- we have a lot of new business in the pipeline and I think we should easily achieve this."
 
Dynamic Conferences & Events' turnover was £1,459,778 for the year ended March 2009, with pre-tax profits of £185,953.

 

 

 

 

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