as subsidiaries in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Q2 revenues were up from 27 million Euro in 2009 to 28.2 million Euro in 2010. Profit before tax was up from 3.5 million Euro in 2009 to 3.8 million
Repoublic, Denmark, France, Hungary, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the Slovak Republic, Spain, Ireland and the Ukraine.
Hudson Highland's business mix in Europe, based on gross margin, is 55
%), and Germany (41%). However many of the smaller countries bettered their larger neighbours, namely Belgium (66%), the Netherlands (63%) and Switzerland (60%).The lowest levels of hiring were in Luxembourg at 29
by Germany, followed by Austria and then the Netherlands. There were also signs that conditions were picking up in a number of the peripheral nations. Ireland's PMI was the highest since April 2000 and Italy
of currencies, acquisitions and disposals.
The Netherlands-based company reported first-quarter North American revenue of euro476.1 million (US$671.2 million) compared to revenue of euro389.6 million in the year