Bond Pearce goes out on turnover high

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  • Why did on earth did Bond Pearce merge with Dickie Dees?

    I can only imagine that the Bond Pearce partners had a "Brewster's Millions" style bet...

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  • Very impressive: the management team of Bond Pearce have proved they can grow a business in difficult times.

    Everyone knows it is time to slim the national management team from 4 to 2. This evidence shows that, if it is to be decided on merit then, the Bond Pearce duo should remain in post.

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  • Much was made that this was a "merger of equals".

    Perhaps that was wrong. Bond Pearce appear to have been going up and passed Dickinson Dees on the way.

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  • Impressive. Shame Bond Pearce has disappeared (unless the partners decide to unmerge).

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  • Congratulations to all Bond Pearce staff. Growth of 11.4% is really impressive.

    What a shame Dickinson Dees haven't published their accounts. Last year they achieved an increase of 1.3%. If you take inflation into account, their turnover fell.

    I think Bond Dickinson has the potential to be a great success. However if they seriously want to achieve 11.4% growth they have to recognise that on the whole the Bond Pearce methods worked much better than the Dickinson Dees ones. If they want less, they should continue this policy of equal prominence for both legacy firms regardless of the data.

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