The UK Online specialist BrainJuicer has reported results for the 12 months ended 31 December 2011, confirming 27% revenue growth to £20.71m and profit after tax up 25% to £1.85m.
The revenue jump is slightly higher than suggested in the firm’s preliminary statement in January.
During the period, gross profit increased 27% to £16.06m (2010: £12.62m), and operating profit climbed 24% to £2.75m (2010: £2.21m), although operating profit margin slipping a little, to 13% from 14% in 2010.
Germany saw the strongest growth, up by 127%. Swiss operations grew by 57%, US grew by 42% and the UK business (generating 42% of revenues) was up by 11% following 42% growth in 2010.
The Netherlands continue to deliver negative growth, while operations in China and Brazil saw "an encouraging start" during their first full year of operation.