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New appointment for London based Zinc Resourcing

New appointment for London based Zinc Resourcing

Recruitment and resourcing specialist Zinc Resourcing has appointed a new director to meet demand as its business continues to expand, in particular overseas.

Paul Speller has joined Zinc Resourcing having worked in the Foreign Office’s Diplomatic Service for more than 25 years, during which time he worked extensively with British companies with interests overseas.

Zinc Resourcing based in Chancery Lane, Central London works with entrepreneurial, privately owned businesses with a turnover between &pound2million and &pound400million, typically at a time when they are looking to make a crucial appointment at board level or just below.

Paul’s appointment comes at an interesting stage in the development of the 12 year old company which is not only seeing increase in demand at home, but is increasingly working in mainland Europe and with US companies with UK subsidiaries. Zinc has also recently completed projects for a Canadian marketing communications business and an Indian food company.

Company founder and director Chris Denington is delighted to have secured the services of such a seasoned professional. He said: “Paul is a great appointment for Zinc and brings a wealth of experience to the team as well as the approachable, unstuffy and personal common-sense approach we pride ourselves on.

“We work with privately owned companies, AIM listed PLCs and professional partnerships and while many of our clients have been with us for years we are also seeing our markets changing with growth in some unexpected areas. Paul is just the right person to help steer us though this, consolidating what we have while attracting new clients.”

Zinc Resourcing provides clients with assistance through the entire resourcing process, from the point where a client may be considering an appointment, to the point at which candidates have successfully integrated themselves into a business.

As well as working with existing clients, Paul is focussing on expanding the range of services offered by Zinc in addition to promoting new business.

He says: “This is a great new challenge for me and one I am relishing. As in my previous work so much of the success is around building close relationships and developing trust. Demand for Zinc’s services has remained strong even during the recession where perhaps companies have been increasingly aware of the importance of making the right business choices and now, with signs of the economy improving, we are well placed to build on this.

“I can already see the satisfaction in the appointment of the right person to the right job for the right reasons and I look forward to helping take the business forward over the coming years.”

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