MP to launch St Neots recruitment office
JONATHAN Djanogly, Shadow Business Minister and MP for Huntingdon, is set to join more than 30 business leaders and recruitment specialists this morning at the launch of Tecs Recruitment s new offices at The Creativexchange, in St Neots. Formed in 2008, T
JONATHAN Djanogly, Shadow Business Minister and MP for Huntingdon, is set to join more than 30 business leaders and recruitment specialists this morning at the launch of Tecs Recruitment's new offices at The Creativexchange, in St Neots.
Formed in 2008, Tecs Recruitment currently works with a range of clients from traditional sectors such as manufacturing through to technology and new media. Tecs has already proved that it is adept at meeting and adapting to the needs of clients in a changing and challenging market, managing director Steve Treharne-Jones said.
After more than 17 years' experience in the recruitment industry, he believes that investing in the right staff puts companies on the front foot in the current climate.
He said: "Companies need to invest in the right talent to ensure that they have the best people to see them through the hard times. One of our key strengths is recruiting sales and business development people who, when times are hard, are often seen as dispensable. But our clients are realising that employing the right person can often be the key to future growth and success."
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In addition to Mr Djanogly, guests at the launch include Peter Watts, from Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce, Dominic O'Sullivan, BusinessLink, Stan Taylor, Huntingdon Regional College, and Tom Atkinson, CEO of Keen Thinking Ltd.
INFORMATION: Tecs Recruitment is on 0845 6800713. The Creativexchange is on the Longsands College campus.
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