This week’s new launches include: SPG Resourcing, Swift Temps, Willo

• Technology recruitment firm SPG Resourcing has announced its international expansion plans and aims to create 10 new jobs over the coming year. The company says it plans to build on its current bases of Leeds and Newcastle with offices in London and the US.

• Recruitment firm Swift Temps has opened a new office in Preston Technology Centre to facilitate continued growth. The company’s new Preston office specialises in placing workers in industrial, construction, engineering and commercial sectors. Having previously only supported workers and businesses with temporary work placements, the branch has established a new permanent placements division from its Preston hub.

• Rec-tech scale-up Willo has announced that the firm is set to upgrade to its video interview technology. Willo’s new integrations mean users can enable integrations without developer support or any technical knowledge. Other benefits recently introduced include automated ID and Right to Work checks to streamline the hiring process and make the hiring experience at scale more frictionless for customers and candidates.

Blair’s Multiverse acquires AI talent software firm Searchlight

Workplace training company Multiverse has bought AI talent intelligence and skills assessment platform Searchlight for an undisclosed sum.

Contracts 10 April 2024

Nicholas Associates Group appoints Kendall COO

Rotherham-headquartered recruitment specialist Nicholas Associates Group (NAG) has strengthened its executive board with the appointment of Kelly Kendall as chief operating officer.

People 10 April 2024

Microsoft teams up with SThree to improve operations

SThree, the leading STEM-specialist staffing group, has announced a collaboration with Microsoft that is intended to power its industry-leading Technology Improvement Programme.

Contracts 26 March 2024


This week’s new launches include: ID Crypt Global, Indeed, N2S.Global, Quesam, Talmix

New to Market 26 March 2024