Atlantic sees 7% revenue rise as Atkinson hails best profits for 10 years

Atlantic sees 7% revenue rise as Atkinson hails best profits for 10 years

Atlantic saw its net revenue increase by just over 7% in the year ending 31st December 2020, rising from £6.1m to £6.6m, with m.d. Will Atkinson hailing the best profits in 10 years despite a coronavirus-hit 12 months.

The press also recorded a 7.4% rise in book sales from £5.9m to £6.3m, with a pre-audit profit of £315,000, up from £20,000 the year before.

Non-fiction frontlist revenues increased by 28%, doubling since 2017, with bestsellers including Why the Germans Do It Better by John Kampfner and A Bit of a Stretch by Chris Atkins. Scoff by Pen Vogler sold 27,000 hardbacks in just tw...

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