This week’s new launches include: greenbean, NRG, Zenjob

• Newcastle-headquartered recruitment business NRG, part of the Galago Group, has revealed plans to move its flagship offices to the NEON building at Quorum Park. The firm is relocating from its Grey Street address after spending more than 40 years in the city centre as it continues its investment into NRG and greenbean businesses. NRG has also completed an overhaul to the greenbean website to include a new look, sector-specific insights and up-to-date case studies.

• Digital staffing service Zenjob is expanding throughout Germany, and is now offering its services in 60 German cities. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Zenjob says its demand has risen sharply, particularly in the logistics and e-commerce sectors. Through its app, Zenjob reaches thousands of students within seconds. Companies can thus react quickly and flexibly to staff fluctuations and absences.

From now on, students across Germany can find part-time jobs in cities such as Dresden, Münster, Augsburg, Mannheim and Heidelberg, covering eight German metropolitan regions as well as major university towns. Zenjob has been available for years in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne and, earlier than originally planned, it expanded into six other cities in March to meet increased demand.

iO Associates announces Europe expansion

Bristol-based technology, digital and engineering recruiter iO Associates has announced its global expansion into Europe with new offices in Brussels and Munich.

New to Market 25 November 2020

RBW Consulting appoints Coulter as head of technology

Phil Coulter has joined specialist life science and technology search consultancy RBW Consulting.

People 25 November 2020

New beginnings for Serocor in MBO by trio

Three members of the management team of STEM recruiter Serocor have completed a buy-out of the group, according to a company statement.

18 November 2020

Recruitment drive helps Snakebyte gaming firm expand in UK

Snakebyte, a global supplier of consumer electronics and gaming accessories, has announced plans to expand in the UK market in 2021.

17 November 2020