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YouGov annual profit jumps 65% amid client wins

By BFN News | 07:57 AM | Tuesday 08 October, 2019

Polling and data company YouGov booked a 65% rise in annual profit after it won more clients. Pre-tax profit for the year through July rose to £19.5m, up from £11.8m on-year. Revenue rose 17% to £136.5m, while adjusted profit rose 26% to £20.5m. YouGov declared a full-year dividend of 4p per share, up 33% on-year. 'We have been winning more clients, taking on larger contracts and projects, and strengthening our position across the globe,' chief executive Stephan Shakespeare said. 'At the same time, we have continued to invest in our products and technology.' 'Trading in the current year has started in line with the board's expectations, and our outlook for the business remains strong.' Story provided by

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