Operating profits quadruple at IMI

The Irish Management Institute (IMI), which offers courses, resources and management services to the Irish business community, said its operating profits quadrupled in 2006, rising to €554,000 before tax.

23rd June, 2007

The Irish Management Institute (IMI), which offers courses, resources and management services to the Irish business community, said its operating profits quadrupled in 2006, rising to €554,000 before tax.

Sales for the year rose by almost 13 per cent to €15.53 million.

During the year, the IMI launched several programmes and initiatives, including a new Postgraduate Diploma in Strategy at the Trinity-IMI Graduate School of Management, which began in November.

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