Sales/Mktg & Market Opportunities

Marketing Plan Basics, SI Review April 2009

March 31, 2009

Become a Marketing-Focused Company: The Do-It-Yourself Guide to a Staffing Marketing Plan

Find Opportunity with Federal Contracts, SI Review March 2009

March 12, 2009


Where employment is still booming

March 5, 2009

Twenty industries that are bucking the trend
Employment trends in 114 industries examined and analyzed
Worst performing industry-temporary help

Selling to government: the stimulus plan

March 5, 2009

$787 billion spending widespread
Aims to create or save at least 3.5 million jobs
Construction, retail and manufacturing may benefit most

Some staffing firms cutting marketing spend

January 29, 2009

Benchmarking data reveals decelerating trend
But is cutting a good idea?
Marketing spend patterns also changing

Temporary employee turnover

December 23, 2008

Temporary/Contract employee turnover down to 284% in 2007
Increasing length of assignment drives decrease in turnover
Length of assignment varies by industry

D.C. metro area's largest law offices

December 2, 2008

Useful target list for legal staffing firms in D.C. metro area
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr top the list despite y/y decrease
List ranks top 150 law firms by attorney headcount

Top 25 target metro markets for office/administrative staffing

November 14, 2008

Hottest markets: Los Angeles, Phoenix, Atlanta
10 largest markets alone account for 24% of all office temp revenue
12 metros are office boom towns, with 10%+ growth

Top 25 target metro markets for engineering/design staffing

November 6, 2008

Top three markets: Houston, Seattle, Huntsville AL
16 metros have temp engineering spend in excess of $100 million
Where engineers make up largest percentage of employment: Huntsville AL

Selling to government: U.S. Treasury Dept. opportunities

November 6, 2008

U.S. Treasury taps two legal firms to assist with implementation of bail-out program
Hughes, Hubbard & Reed and Squire Sanders & Dempsey chosen
Ceiling for the two contracts of $5.5 million each