The boss of Mace’s consulting arm has said it is on track to beat turnover targets ahead of schedule with the business expecting income this year to be north of £400m. The firm was handed a £500m turnover target as part of Mace’s strategy to grow group turnover to £3bn by 2026 but consult’s chief executive Jason Millett said he was expecting income this year to be within £100m of that.
Millett added that business was particularly brisk in the Middle East, especially Saudi Arabia where some of the schemes, such as a new $500bn smart city called NEOM, “were off the scale. Some of the projects out there are huge.”
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