Midlands: Birmingham first
Wragge & Co's strategy of single-site growth has undergone a process of evolution, establishing the Midlands firm as a noteworthy national player in the market. Now it must work on achieving the figures to match, writes Paul Hodkinson
In 2001, Wragge & Co’s then managing partner, Quentin Poole, went on the record to dispel any rumours about the firm’s strategy. “People might not believe us,” he said, “but we are not recruiting in London or abandoning our one-office strategy.”
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