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Apadmi anticipates 66 per cent turnover increase following European expansion

Apadmi's Stuart Lunn

Manchester-headquartered tech consultancy Apadmi is forecasting a 66 per cent growth in turnover for the current financial year following the expansion of the group across Europe.

Apadmi is the digital product partner for some of the world’s most recognisable brands including Domino’s, Co-op, the NHS, the BBC and Chelsea Football Club.

After announcing turnover of £11.8m for the 12 months to March 2022, Apadmi expects to more than double this for the year to March 2023, which the company attributes to the continued execution of its strategic expansion strategy and strong performance within its digital product offerings.

Stuart Lunn, who was appointed as UK MD for Apadmi in June, said: “We are currently in a very challenging economic period, however the strength of Apadmi’s bottom line and the company’s decisive action surrounding its expansion is testament to our strategy, agility and the expertise of the team who have worked impressively hard to deliver growth. The last 12 months have seen us accelerate our expansion across the EMEA region, while also ensuring our offering diversifies beyond the mobile technology products which we are renowned for and into wider digital remits such as systems integration and product strategy.”

Founded in 2009, Apadmi employs over 200 staff and recently opened offices in Edinburgh and Utrecht, in addition to its Manchester and London facilities. The coming months will see Apadmi will continue to focus on geographic and product expansion, with further offices mooted for Lisbon and North America.

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