A services contractor that counts the likes of Mitchells & Butlers and Loungers as clients is targeting record turnover of £7m for the year to March 2020 – less than three years after its formation.
Bristol-based Mobius Works is confident it can hit its goal after racking up sales of £4.8m for calendar year 2019, more than doubling the figure it achieved the year before.
The company is behind the design and fit-out of many of the shipping containers in Bristol’s innovative Cargo development at Wapping Wharf, the new Yeo Valley Cafe in London Kensington and The Loungers Group of cafes.
Mobius Works’ clients also include Premium Country Pubs, Vintage Inns and Harvester under the operator, Mitchell & Butlers.
It started with three founders in 2017 and now boasts almost 50 members of staff.
Lee Bignell, founder and managing director at Mobius Works, commented: “It’s been a fantastic year for Mobius Works with some standout projects in Bristol and beyond, none of which would be possible without the support of our brilliant team.
“We’re particularly proud that as we grow, we’ve been able to have even more of a positive impact on our local community, both by nurturing apprenticeship talent and by supporting important Bristol charities Empire Fighting Chance and Community of Purpose.”