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Jo Sellick elected onto the new APSCo Executive Committee

Jo Sellick elected onto the new APSCo Executive Committee

Jo Sellick, Managing Director of Sellick Partnership has been elected onto the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCO) Executive Committee, following a recent nomination process.

Jo set up Sellick Partnership in 2002 to provide recruitment solutions to the financial and legal sectors, and has built the business to six offices nationwide and a team of 60 people. He previously sat on the Executive Committee in 2009 and 2010. His new seat will provide him with a place on the Committee for the next two years. 

Following on from his election, Jo has commented: “ I am delighted to be a part of the APSCo Executive Committee and will endeavour to use my passion and knowledge for the sector to drive forward their work. The recruitment sector is constantly evolving with new legislation, advancing technology and economic impacts – of which APSCo play a integral role in ensuring its members are at the forefront of these changes, as well as raising standards across the sector.

“I feel strongly that this organisation can truly represent the industry, and I look forward to playing a key role in promoting the interests of professional sector recruiters.”

Ann Swain, CEO at APSCo has commented: "It will be a huge boost to APSCo to have someone of Jo's calibre on the executive committee. Jo has a hugely impressive track record in the recruitment industry and will be a great asset in driving our further expansion.

"It is vital for the continued growth of APSCo that we have representation on the committee from across the professional staffing sector and all regions of the UK."

 APSCo is the professional body representing the interests of recruitment organisations engaged in the acquisition of professionals, with the overall aim of raising standards to provide a more enhanced and distinguished recruitment service to both candidates and client.


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