The Group heralded the integration of Essentially and suggested a large proportion revenue in the future was likely to come from work associated with sporting events, such as London 2012.
Fast Track and Essentially’s profits were up more than 100% on 2009 figures, reaching £14.9m for the first half of 2010.
"Essentially performed ahead of expectations," said Chime’s statement.
Operating income for the entire Group, which has large advertising and PR revenue streams, was £71.1m in the first six months of the year up 22% from £58.4m over the same period in 2009.
Chime’s interim statement was accompanied by a document detailing its plan to reap the benefits of Britain’s decade of sport. The acquisitions of Essentially, and more recently Pmplegacy will go some way to aiding this.
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