Vedior books profit rise in Q1

Temporary employment agency Vedior booked net profit of €46.9m in the first quarter of 2008, compared with €44.7m a year earlier.

Turnover was up to just over €2bn in the same period, from €99m in 2007, due largely to ‘substantial’ growth in France and strong performance in Belgium, Portugal, India and Latin America said company chairman Tex Gunning.
The company, which is almost certain to be taken over by rival Randstad for over €3bn next month, said it is ‘satisfied’ with its first quarter result.
Click here for Randstad’s first quarter earning, also announced today.

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