Consultant Davis Langdon has disclosed its global business figures in a performance review.

The company, which has offices, in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, America, Africa and Australasia, reported strong growth with increases in turnover and profitability in all areas.

Consolidated global turnover increased £14m, or 10%, between 2004 and 2005, rising from £138m to £152m.

Predicted turnover for this year is £170m.

Global profit increased 36% to £26m. The company forecasts a £34m profit for 2006.

Alistair Collins, the chief executive of Davis Langdon’s global board, said: “It is easy to talk global but not so easy to act global. It requires a good deal of multicultural management, personal trust and a high level of communications.”

Davis Langdon is set to release the document, the first of its kind, to clients and colleagues this week.

The review comes in the middle of a good year for Davis Langdon. The consultancy reported in June that its overall profit was up more than one third and that turnover rose 13%.