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Penna appoints Adam Shay as Head of Client Development

Penna appoints Adam Shay as Head of Client Development

Penna is delighted to welcome global recruitment and employer marketing specialist Adam Shay to their recruitment solutions team as Head of Client Development.

Adam will join the attraction and communications management team and will play a key role in identifying, attracting and securing new business in the commercial sector and specifically developing their private sector client offer. As Head of Client Development, Adam will focus on building Penna’s private sector client portfolio to ensure a joined up approach to key blue chip clients and help develop a market-leading recruitment, attraction and communications approach.

Adam will join Penna in March 2012. He joins from TMP London where he is currently General Manager, but was also their Business Development Director prior to a 4 year stint in Australia as Managing Director of Euro RSCG's Asia Pacific operation.

Julie Towers, MD of Recruitment Solutions at Penna, said: “Adam was attracted to Penna because of our integrated resourcing offer and we are confident he will be a really strong team player. We are building a fantastic team of client partners and consultants and Adam’s appointment is a key piece of a very important jigsaw. With 14 years experience across the UK, European and Asia Pacific markets Adam is naturally interested in the international development of our services and will bring rich experience of global blue chip client account winning and management.”

On his decision to join Penna, Adam said: “Penna is a truly integrated global HR services partner with the structure and people to support long-term growth. They have a fantastic leadership team and a positive outlook for the future of the business globally. I've admired the business for some time and I'm delighted I now have the opportunity to join a great team and help Penna build and grow a sustainable global commercial offering.”

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