Search launches Search Recruitment Brand and integrates tech divisions

Search, the multi-sector recruitment organisation, has launched its new Search Recruitment Group brand.

Led by Search CEO Richard Vickers (pictured), who joined the company from PageGroup last year, and board members Mark Bailey, founder and CEO of group business Henderson Scott, and CFO Stuart Dick, the new group structure is intended to provide a platform for creating a house of specialist recruitment brands.

In today’s announcement the group has revealed the integration of its existing technology divisions, Search Technology and Henderson Scott, the latter of which was acquired in 2018. Now operating under the Henderson Scott brand, the integration will create a team of 60+ consultants and offer comprehensive talent solutions across technology, cloud, cyber and IT sales.

In addition, two new offices will open in Liverpool and Edinburgh to broaden the Henderson Scott footprint. 

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