Braced for Growth after Best Year Ever
Celebrating our best financial year to date, Pearson’s are looking to capitalise on this success, expand into bigger premises and take on new staff.
For the fifth successive year we have increased turnover to an all-time high of over £4.1million and appointed new staff to match the growth.
- The Commercial team continue to be big hitters in the North West with growth in Company Commercial over 33%
- Commercial Litigation growth reaching over 27%
- Property growth (Commercial & Residential) of over 21%
These figures offer a real alternative for business clients who wish to work with firms outside the city centre.
- Firm’s income up by 17% on last year
- Financial Advisers (who work alongside the legal teams) boosted their growth by 14%
- Private Client work (family, personal injury and clinical negligence) also up by 24%
Joanne Ormston, Partner and Practice Manager says, “It has been an exceptionally busy year with continued growth across all areas of the business. We have a solid base of business locally, our reputation precedes us, but increasingly our commercial ream are becoming a solid alternative to the Manchester firms. We are ready for new challenges, to expand our teams and offices and continue this upward trend. These excellent results are a platform from which we can grow.
Our strength lies in our excellent staff and the service we provide combining our friendly professional approach, innovation and investment in the future. I firmly believe that the many recommendations and repeat business we get is evidence of this and our continued growth trajectory means it’s an exciting time for us.”Subscribe to our newsletter
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