Global professional services group Harvey Nash reported increased revenue and operating profit for the six months to 31 July today, despite taxing trading conditions.
Revenue was up 15 per cent compared to last year’s period to £292.5m, while operating profit was up 11 per cent. Operating profit increased across the whole group with main countries including the US up 42 per cent.
Harvey Nash chief executive Albert Ellis said today: “Given the uncertainty of the market, this has been a robust first half performance”.
It added that the group was on track to meet full-year expectations.
City A.M. Reporter