Mission Marketing Group announces profit increase of 20% in half year results

By Michael Feeley |

The Mission Marketing Group


Big Communications article

September 19, 2012 | 1 min read

The Mission Marketing Group has announced its half year figures, revealing impressive growth for the AIM listed agency group.

The Mission, which reported a 15% year-on-year growth in operating income for 2011, has seen a further 14% increase to £22.5m in the first six months of this year, with profits before tax up 20% to £2.1m.

David Morgan, group chairman for The Mission, said: “The market remains discombobulated and challenging which is all the more reason for me to be truly in awe of the performance of our agencies in the first half of this year.”

The Mission’s seven agencies - April-Six, Big Communications, Bray Leino, RLA, Robson Brown, Story and ThinkBDW - won new business worth £4.7m in annual income in the first six months of this year from clients including Aviva, RBS and Brantano.

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