Our business resilience and our ability to embrace change has allowed us to deliver our eighth year of consecutive growth. Excellent performance in 2017–2018 saw our turnover increase by 12 percent to £549m and operating profit by 18 percent to £55.5m.
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The financial performance in the year to 30 April 2018 has been very strong with the results reporting significant revenue growth, excellent cash generation and robust margins.
This year has been significant for our growth not only in terms of financial results, but also the way we manage and lead the business towards success.
As our clients expand into new geographies and invest in bigger, more complex programmes, we naturally look to support them in their endeavours.
Our team of talented people grew substantially in 2017-2018 as we increased our capability to serve our clients around the world.
Investors, owners and operators are maturing their approach to capital investment and asset management with a focus on generating better results. Considerations include innovative funding and delivery models that support efficiency and predictability.
2017–2018 saw strong performance across all our regions, delivering revenue overall growth of 12 percent.
The sector continues to open-up to private sector participation and correspondingly there is high demand for our services in the set up and execution of major programmes and projects.
It has been a strong and positive year for natural resources. The growth we saw at the end of 2016–2017 continued and our revenue for 2017–2018 increased by 8 percent.
We capitalised on increasing investment in real estate, high-tech and manufacturing, infrastructure and shale gas sectors. Overall revenue was up by 21.1 percent.
An upturn in real estate and infrastructure projects characterised performance across Latin America, delivering overall revenue growth of 15.4 percent.
Investor confidence in Brazil is increasing, while inward investment in Mexico is creating significant opportunities and Colombia is set
We remain on target to double the size of the region between 2015 and 2020.
Our success was supported by our growing reputation for global insights and local knowledge.
Overall revenue for the year was up by 27.3 percent.
Most countries in the region continue to invest in infrastructure and modernisation, this coupled with a rise in oil price makes us optimistic about the year ahead.
Overall revenue for the year was up 3.2 percent and the outlook optimistic, building on the recovery of the China market.
Overall revenue for the year was up 15.4 percent and the outlook is strong for sustained growth.
To deliver on our commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we have prioritised four areas where we can have the greatest impact: quality education; gender equality; sustainable cities and communities; and industry, innovation and infrastructure.