Newcastle’s Frank Recruitment has boosted its international presence after opening a new office in the US.
The launch of the new Arizona office is the firm’s latest step in boosting its international footprint. The firm has 16 offices around the world, including eight in the US.
Frank Recruitment Group specialises in finding talent to work in the technology sector. The Scottsdale site will house three of the group’s niche brands and create 50 jobs in the area. As the base expands it is expected that its headcount will grow to 100 in the coming years.
The niche practices based inside the building will include Anderson Frank, which specialises in Netsuite recruitment. It will also house the group’s Amazon Web Services brand Jefferson Frank, as well as Nelson Frank, which specialises in ServiceNow.
Scottsdale is the group’s third US office to be opened in the last six months. The expansion has been overseen by Sunny Ackerman, Frank Recruitment’s president of the Americas.
Ms Ackerman said: “We have an ambitious growth strategy and have worked in the North American market for a long time. We’re always on the lookout for new burgeoning tech locations, and Arizona is one we’ve been interested in for a while.
“All of the signs point to now being the right time to expand, and we’re thrilled to finally announce our latest office location in the greater Phoenix area. We can’t wait to give our existing customers in Arizona an even better experience, and bring new clients and employees on board.”
The decision to open in Arizona was made due to the huge growth of the region’s tech scene. The Arizona Technology Council found that more than 8,000 tech companies now operate ion the state with a workforce of more than 168,200 people. The area is also home to GoDaddy, PayPal, Yelp and Indeed.
Chris Camacho, president and CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council has said: “The technology industry in Greater Phoenix is fuelled by a talent pool educated by some of the nation’s most innovative universities and career-based learning centres. Frank Recruitment Group’s focus on technology recruitment is an exciting field that will continue to grow here in the region. We congratulate them for selecting Scottsdale.”
Scottsdale mayor Jim Lane added: “Scottsdale welcomes Frank Recruitment Group who’ll be an excellent complement to our thriving Information Technology sector. Frank Recruitment Group’s expertise in attracting and placing top tech talent coupled with Scottsdale’s high quality of life are certain to be a winning match.’
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