•Boyes Turner has posted a turnover increase of just 4 per cent for 2006-07. The Reading firm claimed that a change in strategic focus towards business services explained the slow growth. It added that it had invested heavily in a marketing campaign over the year that had led to new client wins such as Porsche, Pentax and Trailfinders. The firm also pointed to a rise in revenue of more than 25 per cent in the past three years. It is projecting a 12 per cent increase for the current year.
Boyes Turner has posted a turnover increase of just 4 per cent for 2006-07.
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