35% growth for HELM

HELM had experienced 35% year-on-year revenue growth HELM had experienced 35% year-on-year revenue growth
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Yacht charter broker Helm has moved and expanded its sales team with two new brokers.

The development follows a strong 2019 for the start-up, that saw revenues grow 35% year-on-year.

The company has also developed a new feature on its website, allowing customers to search for yachts in real time and brokers to send a personalised message.

“We want our customers to experience the same level of trust and expertise on our website as they do on the phone or when chatting to us in person” explained company director Simon Morgan.

“This new office, in the lovely Salisbury House building overlooking Finsbury Circus and London Wall, brings us much closer to our core base of London customers.

He added: “We truly believe the web upgrade will be a real game changer for the yacht charter industry, speeding up the booking process while adding clarity and credibility at all points.”

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