Biba turnover rises by 9% to hit £3.5m

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This was up on the £3.2m posted for 2011 and was 25% higher than the £2.8m turnover recorded for 2010. 

The 2012 figure was largely boosted by Biba's subscriptions jumping by 12.5% to £1.8m, compared to £1.6m in 2011.

However, the trade body's schemes income continued to edge down as it fell to £406,650 from 2011's £428,557.

Biba's operating costs increased slightly to £3.2m from £3m, however its cash at bank and in hand jumped 18% to £4m from £3.4m.

The trade body's operating surplus also

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