Finance and legal recruitment specialists, Sellick Partnership has reported a successful half year with both profits and revenue on budget for their financial year predictions.
With all business areas exceeding expectations, the turnover for the year to date stands at £17.2 million, setting a strong position to hit the expected forecast of £36 million for the Year End February 2015/16 – an increase of 19.2% on the previous financial year. The EBITDA for the half year is £600k, inline to meet the expected forecast of £1.1 million – a 56% increase on the previous financial year.
Over the last year, Sellick Partnership have increased their headcount by 20% across the seven offices – and have made additional investment with the opening of London office, and new offices for the Newcastle and Derby teams. This growth is expected to continue with a hardworking recruitment strategy in place to attract the best recruitment talent to the business.
Jo Sellick, Managing Director commented, “I am thrilled with the half year results, and the prospect of us achieving our 2015/16 targets.
“Our markets are extremely busy and demand is high for the top talent within both the legal and finance sectors – in order to meet this demand we are recruiting across all offices to ensure that we continue to offer the best recruitment service.
“To support this growth we have invested significantly in our infrastructure, including the implementation of a new CRM system, a new website to launch in the coming months coupled with increased investment in our training programme.
“We have just been ISO9001 accredited for the second year in a run, and we are working towards achieving Investors in People Gold, having received Investors in People Silver in 2013 – all key milestones for the business.”
With seven offices across the country and employing 70 people, the recruitment specialist has significant growth plans in place for the next 18 months. Sellick Partnership are in line to launch a new graduate academy to complement their recruitment plans for the year ahead – and their commitment to organic growth.
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