What it does
It started as a traditional executive search firm but under the current management has added a number of divisions including solutions, interim management and consulting.
How it's doing
Business was slowed by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic but the firm believes it will emerge stronger than ever from the crisis
Search has seen the biggest slowdown but the reduction in revenues has been offset by cost measures taken.
Cash flow was protected by an increased emphasis on debtor collection in March, April and May
Continuing revenues increased by 22% to £11.5mln in the year to December 31, while the group swung to a pre-tax profit of £84,000 from a loss of £741,000 in 2018.
What the boss says: Mike Brennan, chief executive
"The early and decisive actions taken by us, combined with our broader portfolio of services, leaves us better placed to respond to these challenges than many. Similarly, our collaborative and innovative culture will stand us in good stead when compared to more traditional and siloed competitors."