East Anglia: Pure Resourcing Solutions nominated in FDs’ Excellence Awards
EAST Anglia-based Pure Resourcing Solutions has been named among the finalists in the Recruitment Firm of the Year category of the 2012 FDs’ Excellence Awards, which recognise the best among the UK’s finance directors and their service providers.
Service providers are nominated for the awards via a survey of chief financial officers, financial directors and senior financial decision-makers from British businesses, with a record breaking 1,170 leading business figures having completed the survey this year.
Pure Resourcing Solutions, which has offices in Norwich, Chelmsford, Ipswich and Cambridge, is one of seven firms from across the UK to be named as finalists in the recruitment category this year.
Gill Buchanan, a director at Pure Resourcing Solutions, said: “We are delighted to have been chosen as finalists. Two of our specialist areas are accountancy and financial services and our clients range from FSTE 100 companies to private businesses.
“We feel passionately about ensuring businesses are able to draw on the best possible reservoir of talent and believe that we are connected to the networks, companies and people that will make a difference to a business.
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“We believe this passion, combined with our consultative approach and solid expertise makes us stand out from the crowd. We adapt the way we work to the individual client and bring extra benefits though a number of additional services including personality profiling, interview and induction support and mentoring schemes.”
The FDs’ Excellence Awards, hosted by Real Business magazine in association with Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and supported by the CBI, are due to be announced at an awards ceremony in London on May 24.
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