Birmingham-based healthcare consultancy Mprove is on track to record a turnover of more than £2.5 million – as it approaches just two years of trading.

Founded two weeks before the nation entered lockdown restrictions in March 2020, the company reported a turnover of £1 million in its first year, with 2021-22 figures set to increase by 150%, despite challenges posed by the Covid pandemic.

The business, which is the UK’s first “system-flow consultancy” for the healthcare sector, was founded by Liam Molesworth and Sam Alsop-Hall, who are also co-owners of Woodrow Mercer Healthcare. The business partners launched the consultancy to deliver new, innovative and cost-effective solutions to improve health and social care delivery for health services.

As part of the company’s growth, it recently relocated to WeWork on Colmore Row, where its 20-strong team will return once pandemic restrictions have been lifted.

Sam said: “Launching the consultancy just before the nation went into lockdown didn’t come without its challenges, however we’re proud to have not only established ourselves, but absolutely thrived – continuing exceptional business growth month-by-month.

“Having started Mprove with just Liam and I, moving into a new city centre office with our team was a huge milestone for the business – particularly just 12 months after we began. We’ve also been able to support five apprentices, who we’re proud to mentor and develop into the talent of tomorrow.

Liam added; “As we approach our year end in March, it’s been great to take stock of how far the business has come over the past 21 months. With turnover increasing exponentially and our services growing in demand, it’s rewarding to see our hard work come to fruition.

“2022 is already looking to be an exciting year and we have huge plans for the future, so I’m looking forward to seeing what’s in store next.”

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