The founder of a Dundee personal development firm has spoken of his determination to return to growth after a “tough” 2020.
Prior to the Covid-19 crisis, Insights had grown strongly across the world for several years.
Newly filed accounts showing a 6.4% increase in sales to £73.3 million for the year to March.
More than six million people worldwide have used the company’s flagship Insights Discovery personality evaluator tool, which uses a four-colour psychological model to help team members develop human skills.
Much of the firm’s work was conducted face-to-face with customers around the world, including Microsoft, Nike and Google.
Insights chief executive Fiona Logan said learning and development remained a growth sector.
She said this month the firm would deliver digital accreditation of its personality evaluator to more than double the people reached in-person last December.
The business has also started to restart face-to-face delivery, with safety and distancing measures depending on local rules.
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