Organic growth drives 16% increase in bartlett mitchell turnover

Organic growth drives 16% increase in bartlett mitchell turnover

bartlett mitchell recently announced a 16% increase in turnover, which it says was primarily driven by organic growth and strong client retention. For the period ending 31st October 2018, the company posted a record £45.5m in overall turnover.

It has invested heavily in its growth over the last year, both through the recruitment of key personnel at all levels and a stronger focus on its regional operational development. As a result, the caterer secured significant contracts in the legal, financial and advertising sectors in London and the north of England, totalling £10m in annual value of contract wins. It also maintained its 98% client retention rate.

Founder and chair Wendy Bartlett said: “It’s always been our ambition to grow steadily and organically as it allows us to provide greater opportunities for our BM family. We are delighted that this has been achieved through new wins, client retention and through the hard work and talent of our brilliant team members. They are ultimately the ones to thank for delivering on our promises to clients.

“This year has been fantastic, as we have seen a number of large and diverse clients place their trust in us as their catering providers. Having a profitable and financially-stable business, with cash in the bank and no borrowings, means that we can continue to invest primarily in our team and in new exciting technology.”

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