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BrainJuicer Group 2011 Profit Increases - Quick Facts

BrainJuicer Group Plc (BJU.L) said its 2011 profit attributable to equity holders was up to 1.85 million pounds or 14.1 pence per share from 1.48 million pounds or 11.3 pence per share last year.

Pre-tax profit was 2.76 million pounds, higher than 2.22 million pounds a year earlier.

Revenue grew to 20.71 million pounds from 16.36 million pounds a year ago. This growth stemmed from the organic development of the business.

In addition, the Board is proposing a final dividend of 2.25 pence, 25% higher than for 2010.

Commenting on the company's results, John Kearon, Founder and Chief Juicer of BrainJuicer, said,

"We are pleased to report another period of strong organic growth.

..Our revenue visibility is, as ever, limited but we are confident that the Company will make further progress in 2012."

by RTT Staff Writer

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