Independent recruitment firm Tindall Perry has enjoyed a record year, with turnover rising by 40 per cent.
The business achieved revenues of £622,000 for the year to September 2017, the first time it has passed the £500,000 mark and considerably up on the £450,000 seen the previous year.
Established by managing director Leyla Tindall in 2010, the Manchester-based company is a leading boutique agency with two distinct brands. The firm’s Executive Search and Selection brand specialises in the placement of C-suite professionals, while its Finance brand focuses solely on senior finance and accounting staff.
In order to satisfy the growing demand, Tindall Perry has also invested in its staff, tripling headcount in the last 12 months. This includes the appointments of directors Michael Avis and Dan Simmonite to lead its Executive and Finance brands respectively, as well as Cath Priestley as candidate manager and Karen Smith as marketing and project manager.
With a target turnover of £1m turnover in the next 18 months, the business is planning to increase headcount by four in the next 12 months, as well as investing in the latest CRM and candidate sourcing technologies.
Leyla Tindall, managing director at Tindall Perry, said: “This has been a breakthrough year for Tindall Perry, achieving record revenues and establishing ourselves as a key player in the North West senior recruitment market. In an industry often criticised for its lack of professionalism, I am passionate about offering a more enjoyable alternative, built on the strong relationships we create with both clients and candidates.
“Technology will also play a crucial role in future. We recognise that the recruitment industry is set to see a huge evolution in the coming years, and we have been working hard to ensure we are able to offer our clients and candidates the best possible service underpinned by the latest technology.”