Huntsworth hails an upbeat 2004

Huntsworth, the fast-growing PR holding group, this week issued an upbeat trading statement after what it described as ‘a very satisfactory 2004’.

Huntsworth finance director Roger Selman said the group had put the Harrison Cowley network ‘back on a more profitable footing’ through an IT restructuring that has given the firm’s eight regional offices control of their respective servers.

Huntsworth also said it had saved money by closing Grayling’s New York operation and the planned closure of the office of an as yet unnamed UK firm.

The group, which will publish preliminary results in March, reported a £1.8m pre-tax profit for 2003, an 80 per cent increase on its figures for 2002.

Huntsworth is headed by Lord Chadlington and also owns Trimedia.

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