Bosses on the K3 Capital Group, in Burnden, have seen half-yearly turnover enhance from £8m to £17m year-on-year.
A part of their success has been put all the way down to the acquisitions of Quantuma and Randd in the course of the previous 12 months.
Pre-tax income have additionally elevated barely from £3.5m, to £5.6m for the earlier half, and administration is buoyant about future buying and selling.
Group chief govt John Rigby stated in a buying and selling assertion that their efficiency had been executed in opposition to a backdrop of “unprecdented challenges” over the previous 12 months.
He added: “”We made glorious strategic progress within the interval, notably by means of the acquisitions of randd and Quantuma, with cross referrals of purchasers throughout the group already beginning to add actual worth.
“It is usually very pleasing to see that we’ve got not ‘sat again’ following the 2 acquisitions and throughout the interval we’ve got added additional energy and depth by means of lateral hires, a three way partnership and three bolt-on acquisitions for round £1m of money.”
Share dividends are additionally steady at round 3p per share.