David Sole chaired business bid ­specialist ramps up headcount and revenues

  The Scotsman 

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AM Bid, the business bid ­specialist chaired by Scots rugby legend David Sole, has continued to grow its headcount as it cheers its fifth year of trading with a further hike in turnover.

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