- DWF said it expected half-yearly revenue to grow at least 10%, driven by the performance of its international and connected services. International and connected services were expected to deliver revenue growth of 29% and 18%, respectively. Insurance and commercial services delivered combined organic growth of about 5%, in line with guidance, the company said. Net partner headcount was increased by 20 on a full-time equivalent basis in the period through partner hiring and promotion programme. 'Activity levels and the second half pipeline of work remain robust, supported further by the recent partner hires in International and the activation of the BT managed services contract,' DWF said.

'The board remains confident in DWF's prospects and anticipates that it will deliver further revenue and profit growth in line with management's expectations,' it added.

At 8:23am: [LON:DWF] share price was +7.75p at 133.25p

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