This audiovisual integrator claims it is seeing growing demand from customers that are relocating activities to European locations in response to Brexit. In its year to 30 June 2018, revenues hopped 13 per cent to £64.1m, with £6m of that drawn from outside the UK, while net losses narrowed to £1.1m. The Sunbury-on-Thames-based firm reignited its M&A engine in May by acquiring £10m-revenue rival Focus 21.
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