Next Fifteen, home to Text 100, M Booth, OutCast Agency, and other PR firms, reported a 19 percent increase in revenue for the year ending July 31. Revenue totaled £86 million (about $135.7 million according to today’s conversion rate) versus £72.3 million in 2010.
Profits were also up 42 percent to £7.5 million (about $11.8 million). And organic revenue growth was 11 percent.
Among the business developments for the year was the investment in The BlueShirt Group and new clients including Disney consumer products, Zynga, and OpenTable. Also a few interesting facts: 30 percent of group revenue for the year came from the top 10 clients; North America and APAC account for 68 percent of revenue (the U.S. generated 52 percent of group revenue); and tech companies generated 69 percent of revenue.
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