In June, The Fragrance Shop confirmed plans to open a further 100 stores over the next five years, creating 500 jobs.
Currie, who heads the consultancy's corporate and financial practice, said: ‘There's a strong media appetite for growth companies, particularly innovative, privately owned mid-market firms that have the opportunity to become the big business brands of the next 10 years.
‘This is a particular strength and focus of our corporate and financial team and The Fragrance Shop is a perfect example.’
The news follows a rise in sales, which increased 23% to £70.4m in the year to 31 March 2012, driven by strong like-for-like figures plus new store openings, which have taken its portfolio to 135.
The business said new celebrity-branded ranges – such as Justin Bieber’s Someday and JLS's Kiss – were responsible for strong sales among 16- to 24-year-olds.
Sanjay Vadera, CEO of The Fragrance Shop, said: ‘Citypress has a proven track record of promoting the success of privately owned companies like The Fragrance Shop, who are outperforming their sector and their larger quoted rivals.’