Renfrewshire agency Consenna set to break £10m sales barrier

Renfrewshire-based consulting, training and digital development agency Consenna expects turnover in its current financial year to exceed £10 million, while it is looking to expand its international activity.

Wednesday, 23rd September 2020, 7:30 am
From left: chairman Douglas Jeffrey, commercial director Paul Thompson, and MD Trevor Evans. Picture: contributed.
From left: chairman Douglas Jeffrey, commercial director Paul Thompson, and MD Trevor Evans. Picture: contributed.

The business, whose clients include HP, Lenovo, Microsoft and Fujitsu, attributed its sales growth to major expansion within existing customers, plus entirely new project wins. It has hired four new team members since April and plans to add a further three before the end of the year.

This includes a newly created role of digital director to lead expanded services in creative design, and the increasingly important area of data analytics.

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MD Trevor Evans commented: “During the past year, we’ve significantly grown our pipeline of programmes focused on the UK technology market and have been excited to expand overseas. In the near term, we will continue to manage overseas projects from our UK base; however, we fully expect to hire on the ground in the relevant territories as these projects expand.”

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