This is why the Limehouse figures don’t add up

We would like to correct a misperception about Limehouse printed in the Design Week league tables

We would like to correct a misperception about Limehouse printed in the Design Week Top 100 league tables.

We simply want to ensure that people we work with don’t take an inaccurate message from the information.

Our performance shows a paradoxical situation of strong growth in fee-income and a sharp reduction in employee numbers. This would obviously appear to be a contradictory message that begs the question, ‘How come?’

In November 2006, part of the company was separated from the group and its employees went with them, accounting for the reduction in numbers. The league tables don’t show this; in fact, Limehouse has grown in both fee-income and staff by more than 30 per cent during the year.

What we would like to emphasise is our sustained strong growth ahead of our merger with Trident Communications to create a new company on 1 July, and our thanks to all our employees who have made this happen.

Chris Copland, Managing director, Limehouse, by e-mail

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