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Opus Recruitment Solutions opens Amsterdam office

Opus have already employed two highly regarded recruitment experts to start up the new office, Clare Trotter and Rory Mullins, who are currently working out of the Bristol Headquarters securing clients and new starters for the office.

Opus’s new Regional Director for Holland, Clare Trotter, will be heading up the new office with over 12 years of experience in the recruitment industry. The permanent division will be run by Rory Mullins, another expert in the recruitment industry with over 10 years of experience. The two of them are showing promise from the off, working hard in the Bristol Headquarters to ensure they are thoroughly prepared before the March opening.

The workplace will be situated in the heart of Amsterdam. The 17th century traditional canal house that Opus’s consultants will be working from sits on the famous Herengracht canal, and is close to the central station, the dam and the Rembrandtplein.

Despite already having a Norway entity, the Amsterdam office will signify a huge milestone for the Bristol-founded recruitment agency, bringing them more securely into the European market. They now play host to four offices Bristol, London, Sydney and Amsterdam, but don’t show any signs of slowing down at the mark of this brilliant achievement.

After making it onto The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work for 2015, the Opus Professional Services Group (parent company to Opus Recruitment Solutions) are more determined than ever to become a leading player in the recruitment industry.

With globalisation of the recruitment industry a growing trend for 2015, Opus Recruitment Solutions is showing great promise to quickly become a leading international choice for Information Technology recruitment solutions in the coming years.

CEO of the Opus Group and founder of Opus Recruitment Solutions, Darren Ryemill, said, “This is an amazing turning point for Opus Recruitment Solutions and the group as a whole. We are now able to

 

 

more coherently integrate our services into the European market and there is potential to expand other brands in the Opus Group internationally.

“The Amsterdam office will not only supply our niche services to the Netherlands, but we are already looking at supplying to Germany, Belgium, Denmark and Sweden. Our Sydney office has become the catalyst of our international presence and we certainly plan on opening more international offices throughout 2015.”

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