The business, which specialises in the recruitment of IT, Business Change, Digital and Finance and corporate service professionals, opened its office in Manchester in 2013 with the sole focus of supporting clients and candidates across Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Merseyside, Lancashire and West Yorkshire.
Since opening the office in 2013, the team have become experts in the region with an exceptional understanding of the market helping to attract the very best candidates.
As of March this year, Sanderson Manchester has 240 contractors working on site for 29 clients. The success has been so far-reaching that a new office in Leeds has recently opened to meet the high demand from clients regionally.
Reflecting on the past five years, Regional Business Manager Alistair Collier, said:
"We are so proud to name the largest brands in the region as our trusted clients and with an amazing team around me, I can see nothing but continued success for Sanderson Manchester"
“It has been an amazing journey that has seen the Sanderson brand flourish in the north of England. We are so proud to name the largest brands in the region as our trusted clients and with an amazing team around me, I can see nothing but continued success for Sanderson Manchester.
“A huge thanks to every candidate and client we have had the pleasure of dealing with and the same goes to every single person who has played their part in building the brand in the north. Here’s to the next 5 years.”
The Manchester office has built a reputation as the go-to brand in particular for Business Change, IT & Digital recruitment in the region and works with a number of high-profile regional brands. Their continued success has seen the office generate an annual turnover of £15 million in just five years with a projected turnover of £19 million for this year.
During its impressive 5 years, the office boasts its success not only in resourcing solutions, but also in co-founding The Manchester Change Forum initiative. The forum aims to provide support to the Business Change sectors through local business events and networking opportunities.
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