Dundee-based people development firm Insights is looking to expand its footprint in the city.
The company, which operates from two buildings at Dundee Technology Park, counts tech giants Microsoft, Google and Facebook; pharma firms GSK and Lilly and BP among its roster of clients.
Insights’ programmes seek to improve self-awareness, leadership, communication and teamwork.
After a record year of revenues, Group CEO Andy Lothian said the company was looking at more office space in Dundee.
“We want to play our part in re-energising Dundee,” he said.
“At the moment we’ve got a couple of buildings at the Technology Park and we are out of space.
“We are going to continue to create employment in the city and we are looking at a third space in the technology park just now. Long term we are going to find a central solution.
“It’s important to us that we invest in Dundee and the people here.”
Insights’ sales rose to £68.9 million for the year ending March 31, an increase from £53.5m in 2018.
Pre-tax profits of £14.2m were 42% ahead of 2018.
Mr Lothian said the results reflected organic growth and the acquisition of a full share in its joint ventures throughout the world.
“It’s been an important strategic step for the company buying out our joint venture partners,” he said.
“When you are dealing with global clients they want consistency of service throughout the world and that’s helped us to make sure we’re delivering that.
“Integrating those businesses into the global business has given us the opportunity to put our foot on the accelerator.”
The company has established a new joint venture in South Africa and also opened branches in India and Australia.
It is spending almost £7m on a digital transformation programme to improve its offering to customers.
“We are making a lot of investments, but we will make sure that technology is an additive and that we retain the human side of what we do,” Mr Lothian added.
“In a world of disruption and change, the demand for human skills is higher than it’s ever been.
“Skills of collaboration, resilience, creativity, communication have all become much more important.
“Our customers that understand and appreciate what we do we can add value to their operations.”