J S Group sees e-textbook boost

J S Group sees e-textbook boost

The JS Group has seen “significant” growth in the take-up of e-textbooks last year, helping it to a 14.5% increase in higher education UK revenues. However, a decline in legal print sales and the reduction in value of a contract with the Ministry of Justice meant the Hammicks legal arm saw a decline of 18.1% in revenue last year. 

The company also exited its operations in Ghana in its International arm, but saw revenue in its Botswana operations grow by 9.4% before currency movements. 

Overall, group revenues for the year declined by 1.3% at constant currencies year-on-year to £39.6m. Ope...

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