Sunday, July 5, 2020

Recruit 2 You to celebrate two years in business with expansion plans on the horizon

East-Midlands-based multi-sector recruitment agency, Recruit 2 You, is celebrating its second business anniversary this month with national expansion plans on the horizon.

The family-run company of recruitment specialists has head offices in Heanor, Derbyshire.

Founding directors Anita and Andy Jackson are husband and wife, and both head up the Recruit 2 You team which includes assistant director Jenna-Leigh Bates, who is also part of the family.

The company was first launched as a multi-sector agency back in 2018 by Anita who is Managing Director, and has over a decade of experience in recruitment, having worked for a number of high-profile firms in the region.

Since launching, the company’s client base has doubled in size, as has its team.

Anita Jackson, Managing Director of Recruit 2 You, said: “Every business milestone is exciting, but to be celebrating our second business anniversary is incredibly important to us and I am so proud of our strong and dedicated team who have worked very hard to get to this point.

“I feel we have really held our own in a highly competitive industry, winning contracts over our competition and managing to hold a 100% client retention, with new client acquisitions on the horizon.

“With the current COVID-19 crisis having a hard-hitting effect on the economy, business models are changing and the need for recruitment is higher than ever – we pride ourselves on having the experience, resources and dedication to save businesses time and money whilst sourcing the right candidates for roles, providing updates throughout the entire process.”

Looking to the future, with operations director Andy now taking a stronger lead in the business this year, the company is going for growth nationally and is looking to target specific sectors to support its existing clients and expand its offering, to open up opportunities for sector specific skilled candidates to join Recruit 2 You.

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