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IT recruitment consultancy defies recession

IT recruitment consultancy defies recession

Redrock Consulting achieves growth of 131% in three years

Bristol-based Redrock Consulting, provider of bespoke IT staffing solutions, is defying the economic downturn having been ranked 17th in The Sunday Times league table of 2009s British private companies with the fastest-growing sales.

The Fast Track 100, which is published in The Sunday Times at the end of each year, has previously featured companies such as Innocent Smoothies, Dyson and The Carphone Warehouse. Redrock, which was founded five years ago, secured its strong position in the league table by achieving annual sales growth of 131 per cent over three years.

One of the founding members, managing director Dean Harte, commented: Its fantastic to be recognised as one of the top British companies for sales growth. The Fast Track 100 is a prestigious league table that has previously featured some very high profile companies, so were delighted to be a part of it.

Of course the recruitment sector has been hit over the last year or so, but if you have a strong business and the drive to deliver and consistently offer value you can defy the current economic down turn.

Redrocks clients include household names such as Orange, Motorola and Alcatel-Lucent.

Kevin Harris, Director of Technical Services at Alcatel Lucent said of their work with Redrock: We know from our own experience that growth is driven by market leading customer service coupled with cutting edge innovation. Were a demanding client but Redrock delivers consistently.


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