This week’s launches include: BCL Legal, City Executive Search, Cogs, Concept Resourcing, HRC Recruitment, QuiGig

James Franklin joins legal recruiter BCL Legal to head up a new permanent division in London, specialising in real estate, corporate, and commercial litigation and arbitration hires.

• The former managing director of executive search firm Robert Half, Mike Lee, and co-founders of Yolk Recruitment, Dale Williams and Duncan Powell, have launched executive search firm City Executive Search.

Operating from London and Cardiff, the firm will cover a number of sectors including financial services, IT, fintech, HR, sales and marketing.

• Digital recruitment company Cogs has rebranded its website and presence on social media under the headline ‘Driven by digital. Powered by people’.

Concept Resourcing is opening a new office in Atterbury Lakes, Milton Keynes. The specialist recruiter supplies business, technical and sales staff to the IT and engineering industries.

• Independent recruiter HRC Recruitment welcomes Andy Mitchell to lead a new specialist division focusing on payroll and outsourced finance appointments.

• Computer and data science expert Emad Mousavi is launching a freelance jobs platform known as QuiGig. A beta version of the mobile app will launch in Q4 2018.

Logging in to new tech jobs in Dublin

Ireland’s tech sector is to be boosted by 200 new jobs.

18 April 2019

FINANCIALS: Hydrogen growth to continue with more acquisitions

Global specialist recruitment group Hydrogen Group has seen net fee income climb 34% year-on-year, according to results for the year ended 31 December 2018.

Financials 2 April 2019

Confidence in UK economy falls to JobsOutlook low

Employer confidence in the prospects for the UK economy has plunged to a new low, according to the latest JobsOutlook survey from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).

27 February 2019

Recruiters on the case after shock Honda job loss announcement

Recruiters say they are they already fielding enquiries and registering candidates in response to Honda’s closure news.

20 February 2019