This week’s launches include: Bullhorn, Pure, Remedium Partners, Sunshine Recruitment, TempRocket

• Cloud computing company Bullhorn has moved its Asia-Pacific (APAC) headquarters to a new office on Pitt Street in the heart of Sydney’s Central Business District, to support its continued growth within the region.

• International search and recruitment firm Pure has rebranded with the launch of a new logo, website and new brand values. The values are: Pure passion, Pure know-how, Pure clarity and Pure commitment. The agency has also launched a new brand video, which can be viewed here.

• Medical recruiter Remedium Partners has moved to larger premises in King’s Cross in London. The new 3,200sq ft premises has capacity for up to 50 employees, in line with the firm’s expansion plans.

Katy Harwood has launched Isle of Wight-based bespoke permanent recruitment services provider Sunshine Recruitment Solutions.

TempRocket, an online solution for booking temporary staff, has launched. Founded by entrepreneur Andrew Johnston, TempRocket works via a bidding system. Hirers and agencies can compare options and prices, and then make a bid for a contractor, with the option of making a counter bid, accepting or declining an offer, until they find someone who meets their requirements.

Johnston revealed developments are already underway for a number of additional features, including an accumulator, which shows hirers how much they have saved over time by using the platform.

Government targets new carers in recruitment campaign

The government has launched a recruitment campaign aimed at attracting applicants for 110,000 vacancies in the adult social care sector.

12 February 2019

REC CEO claims industry ‘united’ in taking no-deal Brexit off the table

The CEO of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation has called on government to take a no-deal Brexit off the table.

30 January 2019


This week’s launches include: Global Recruitment Thought Leaders, Hager Unternehmensberatung, Y/Our Future

New to Market 15 January 2019

Immigration White Paper visa ‘too short’ to be attractive

The recruitment industry has on the whole reacted negatively to the proposals laid out in the government’s immigration White Paper.

Legislation 20 December 2018