GRP’s £68m acquisition spree revealed

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GRP spent £68.21m across 10 acquisitions in the year ended 31 March 2019, financial results published on Companies House have revealed.

The group spent £29.80m acquiring Trimulgherry Group, owned by GRP chairman Peter Cullum, in February 2019.

The second most expensive deal was £11.30m for a majority stake in DCJ Group in July 2018.

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The 10 businesses, listed below, collectively made a profit of £2.11m during the period.

Four of the businesses were loss-making: DCJ Group, Guardian IB

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