Watson Farley & Williams reports half-year revenue jump of 13%
Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) has revealed its half-year financial results, reporting a revenue increase of 13% for the first half of 2017/18.
Turnover up to 31 October increased from £67.6m for the previously year to £76.1m for 2017/18. Meanwhile, the firm has focused on its core areas of real estate, energy, and transport.
According to co-managing partner Chris Lowe, the results are an indicator of success for the firm’s sector-focused business model.
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