Perform Group reports good Q1 and remains on track for full year growth

Perform, the digital sports media group, has reported 'good' trading in the first quarter, with a strong performance from the ePlayer division and continued global expansion.

Perform, the digital sports media group, has reported 'good' trading in the first quarter, with a strong performance from the ePlayer division and continued global expansion.

The firm delivered year-on-year revenue growth of 37% to £43.0m compared to £31.4m in the same period in 2012.

The company currently has £154m of revenue contracted for the full year, compared to £104m for 2012 at the same time last year.

Chief Executive Officer Oliver Slipper said: "We continue to execute against our strategy for growth, acquiring new content and expanding our geographical footprint and we continue to seek acquisition opportunities as we build the business to deliver long term sustainable growth.

"We are on track to deliver another year of strong growth."

More to follow soon...

NR

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