The group - which includes IT consultancy firms OSI and Druid - saw its turnover rise from £145.4m, to £204m for the half-year period to the end of October. Profits also grew by 32 per cent, from £11.4m to £15m before tax and goodwill of £20.8m.
According to the company's financial report, its staffing arm, FI Recruitment reported a 44 per cent increase in its external business, accounting for £16.3m of the total revenue for the period. The agency also secured three preferred suppliership deals, including one with HM Customs & Excise, and launched a managed resourcing service, notes the report.
Group chairman Hilary Cropper described the results as "strong", and said they had been achieved in a market that was "slower than normal".
"Although we are living through a turbulent period for technology stocks, our own confidence in the future growth of the company remains high," she added.
As of May 1 this year, FI Group is to begin re-branding its entire operation to bring all divisions - including Indian IT subsidiary, IIS Infotech - under one, possibly new, name.