Accountancy firm PM+M has reported a 9.2% increase in consolidated turnover to £6.51m in 2019.
PM+M said the rise comes at an “extremely exciting” time for its team as it celebrated its centenary this year, having been established in the North West business community since 1919.
The accountancy side of the firm in particular saw strong growth throughout the year with 13.4% rise in organic turnover, having attracted many new clients as well as continuing to support existing client relationships.
Over the past 12 months, PM+M also purchased, refurbished and renamed its Blackburn headquarters to ‘New Century House’.
Jane Parry, managing partner, said: “Despite the difficult economic climate, especially thanks to Brexit uncertainty, the last twelve months has been a strong period of growth for PM+M.
“The entire team has been focused on delivering the very best service and support for our clients and I firmly believe this approach has been key to our success. Our aim is to now build on these achievements so we can secure PM+M’s success for the next 100 years.”