This week's contracts and deals include: Catch Resource Management, Henlow, nGAGE, Northern Power Hive

• The directors of Catch Resource Management have acquired the enterprise resource planning (ERP) staffing specialist in a management buy-out from previous owner Andy Smith. In a statement, released yesterday, the firm also announced plans to launch a dedicated Microsoft Dynamics customer relationships management desk to complement its current Dynamics 365 offering.

• Privately owned specialist recruitment firm nGAGE has acquired Henlow Recruitment Group, a QuantTech recruitment business operating in the UK, Europe, the US and the Middle East. Henlow was set up in 2013 by joint CEOs Matthew and Andrew Clarke.

nGAGE Group CEO Tim Cook, chief financial officer Andrew Burchall and chief operating officer Adam Herron managed the transaction for nGAGE. Due diligence was carried out by RSM Corporate Finance and Grant Thornton’s CDD (commercial due diligence) team.

Legal advice was provided to nGAGE by Shoosmiths. Mishcon de Reya and Deloitte Corporate Finance acted for Henlow. While terms of the deal were not disclosed, Recruiter can confirm Henlow’s joint CEOs will remain with the business following the acquisition.

Northern Power Hive, a network for recruitment industry leaders, has appointed commercial law firm HRC Laws as its official legal partner.

Recruitment gets augmented

Augmented intelligence offers the human touch

23 May 2019

Ex-Apprentice Thakrar expands her tech agency

Ex-Apprentice contestant Trishna Thakrar has been joined by a former colleague at her agency TT Tech Solutions.

People 23 May 2019

Survey shows recruiters unsure around social media snooping risks

Recruiters have been warned about complying with general data protection regulation (GDPR) when it comes to looking at candidates’ social media profiles.

Legislation 22 May 2019

Lloyds Banking Group creates digital hub with hundreds of new tech jobs

Edinburgh stands to benefit to the tune of 500 high skilled jobs thanks to the launch of a digital tech hub in the city.

20 May 2019