performed strongly on the back of the UK market for accountants and lawyers.
Turnover for its UK division leaped to £312m, from £270m from 2005. Operating
profits increased by 38% to £44.3m for 2006.
The group also expanded its Accountancy Additions operation, which
specialises in part-qualified and clerical accounting positions, by introducing
three new offices into its 32-site network. It plans to increase the network to
50 offices by 2010.
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