£10.8m revenue rise for Outsource UK

By Anita Jaynes on 20 August, 2015

Specialist recruitment consultancy Outsource UK Ltd has reported a significant growth in turnover, with a year on year increase of 23%.

The Wiltshire-headquartered company’s revenues have risen to £46.8m for the year ending 31 May 2015, up from £36m in 2013/14.

Growth is as a result of both an increased share of the existing financial services business and the addition of new customers to the portfolio.  Nick Dettmar, COO said: “We’re really pleased to be reporting this news and have seen growth across all areas of the business.  The financial services sector in particular remains attractive as regulatory reform, and the digitalisation of many services, is driving the need for new talent.”

Material growth has also been seen in the Manchester-based engineering division which now contributes 18% of the company’s revenues, a growth of 6% on the prior year.  The engineering division has focused on building its capability within the specialist defence-based engineering markets.

The company has been exploiting synergies in compliance and vetting processes that are required for both the financial services and defence sectors.  “The ability to provide a high quality service into highly regulated markets is a key Outsource differentiator and a continuing area of investment” added Nick.

During the year Outsource launched its Public Sector Division and secured a place on the Government’s Non-Medical, Non-Clinical framework.

Commenting on today’s news, Paul Jameson, Outsource’s founder and Chief Executive said: “We have taken steps to strengthen our infrastructure to capitalise on improved trading conditions.  This work will continue through 2015 as we look to implement our five year strategic plan.  We will build deeper specialist expertise within our chosen market sectors as we expand our service portfolio across the financial services and engineering sectors and look to exploit the growth opportunities that our move into public sector recruitment presents.

We have committed future capital to build scale within the business which will help us continue our focus on delivering sustained compound growth whilst improving on efficiencies and productivity.  We believe we can continue to outperform our sector by focusing on delivering a high quality service to our partners.”

Pictured above the Outsource management team: From left, CFO Sandie Gale, COO Nick Dettmar, non executive chairman Charles Hughes and CEO Paul Jameson.