Hill Dicks posts 10% revenue hike in first full year since Halliwells deal

Hill Dickinson has unveiled a 10% revenue rise for the 2011-12 financial year, boosting turnover to £110.1m from £100.1m in its first full year of trading since it acquired former Halliwells offices in Liverpool and Sheffield. Insurance was the firm's fastest-growing group, with revenues rising 12.8% to £40.2m, while health grew 10.6% to £8.5m, business services grew 9.9% to £36.5m and a fourth key sector, marine, expanded 9.8% to £24.9m.

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