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Healthcare entrepreneurs celebrate success

Two Birmingham-based healthcare entrepreneurs have reported business turnover in excess of £13m.

Co-founders Sam Alsop-Hall and Liam Molesworth, who launched Mprove in 2020 and Woodrow Mercer Healthcare in 2018, have shared the organisations’ impressive 21/22 financial year results – showcasing huge success for both companies.

The duo of businesses specialise in healthcare recruitment and consultancy, with Mprove being the UK’s first ‘system-flow’ consultancy in the sector.

Woodrow Mercer Healthcare reported an impressive turnover of £5.25million in the 20/21 financial year, increasing by 110% to £11.2million in the 21/22 period. This success has been echoed by Mprove, which has seen a remarkable 120% increase in turnover in the 21/22 financial year, after the co-founders reported a £1million turnover in the first year of trading.

News of the financial success follows Mprove reaching a two-year trading milestone, after it was founded just two weeks before the nation entered lockdown in March 2020.

Sam said: “It’s an extremely proud moment to see such huge growth for both of our businesses, particularly after all of the hard work that has gone into the past year. We’ve enjoyed a number of stand-out moments to date, including moving into a new city centre office last year. Now, it’s time to reflect on our successes and enjoy the rewards of all of our hard work.”

Mprove received cabinet recognition this year too with Sajid Javid MP writing to co-founder and Bromsgrove local, Liam, to congratulate him on the success of the business venture.

Liam said: “It was such a pleasant surprise to receive a letter from the House of Commons and I cannot say thank you enough to Sajid Javid for his kind words and for taking the time to reach out. The whole Mprove team works remarkably hard every day to improve the way healthcare is delivered across the UK, supporting the NHS and in turn helping its users. To have our efforts recognised at cabinet level means such a lot.”

Sam and Liam are now in the process of forming the Clive Henry Group, named in honour of their late grandfathers. The group will see teams across Mprove, Woodrow Mercer Healthcare and their recently formed Tech Canal business join forces to support the health and care space with a unique process, people and technology offering.