Ten Insurance Services has reported turnover of £11.3m (2016: £9.5m) for the full year 2017.
Its results, posted to Companies House, showed that operating profit also increased from £204,215 in 2016 to £316,226.
Expenses also fell slightly to £2.3m (2016: £2.4m).
James Sharp, director of the network commented: “They are not as good as they have been historically but it is a recovery from a poor 2016.”
He pointed out that Ten is going through a period of transition with regard to the
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