Poolia UK reported an operating loss for the period of -146,000 Euro in Q1 2011 compared with -202,000 Euro in Q1 2010.
Poolia Germany revenues were 2.5 million Euro in Q1 2011 compared with 2.5 in Q1
&A increased primarily due to hiring and investments in new offics in Russia, Germany and the UK.
Revenues generated in France were up by +15.5% from $67.6 million in Q2 2010 to $78.1 million in Q2 2011 (up +1
in Frankfurt during the second half of the year in its new market Germany.
In Asia Pacific (50% of net fee income) revenue was 109.9 million Pounds (2010: 84.5 million Pounds) and net fee income increased
stagnated, showing no growth for the first time in just over two years.
Output across both sectors rose only very modestly in Germany, showing the weakest rate of expansion since the country's recovery began
-term unemployed compared to adults.
• Part-time employment rates for youth increased in all developed economies except Germany between 2007 and 2010. The sheer magnitude of the increase in some countries, +17
% of the Group's revenues are generated from accounts managed by this brand.
Matchtech Germany saw an increase in NFI from £0.2 million to £0.4 million due to “continued penetration of the Group's chosen sectors
report, the staffing company reported stronger growth rates in the EMEA region with France and Germany taking the lead. Overall, the banking sector was poor in various regions across the world with things
-on-year. This rise was helped by a +26% increase in net fees in the company’s largest division, Continental Europe & Rest of World. Germany had another record performance, showing +36% growth, but, similar
margin reached 2.9%.
In Germany, revenue grew +3% organically to €493.7 million from €479.6 million in 2010, or 8% per working day. The gradual slowdown in staffing and inhouse business was partly offset