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UK – 22 “staffing” companies to inspire Britain

13 December 2013

Twenty two “Staffing recruiting” companies have been included in a list of “1,000 of the most exciting small- and medium-sized companies in the UK” drawn up for the London Stock Exchange Group.

Growth Intelligence undertook a six-month study for the London Stock Exchange Group, sifting through 4.5 million SMEs to identify what the Confederation of British Industry calls “gazelle companies”. These are organisations which are of “exceptional importance to UK economic growth and job creation” Selection criteria for the report included such factors as headcount growth, office expansion and revenue growth

Amongst those included under a very wide definition of staffing was Quanta Consultancy Services. Stephen Trigg, CEO of Quanta, believes that this success is as a result of the recession thinning out the competition. “Companies are turning to, and sticking with, those recruitment consultancies which simply get the job done well.”

“We hope that the report inspires other businesses…It’s certainly helped to further boost our confidence and confirms that our internal training and staff development programmes are working.  Let’s hope that we, and other businesses in the report, can carry on building on our success and continue to inspire others,” says Trigg.

Among the 1,000 companies, the average revenue growth was 79% – with South West England leading the way with an amazing average of 100% growth from the selected companies. The other staffing companies mentioned in the report were: AAA Group, Berry Recruitment, Brightwork, Castlerock Recruitment Group, Clarity Resourcing, D.R.C., First Point Group, Gap Personnel, GCS Recruitment, Human capital Resources, Interquest Group, Kinetic , Kin-Tec Holdings, New Directions Holdings, OSR Recruitment Services, Pathology Group, Quanta Consultancy Services, Sellick Partnership Group, The Desurvey Group, The ID Group, The On-Site Group, and TXM Recruit.

To see the full list click on the picture below, to read more about the survey follow this link

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