NES Global Talent features in Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 100
NES Global Talent has been ranked in the “The Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 100” league table for the first time. This annual table, which was published on Sunday 10th July, highlights Britain’s 100 private companies with the biggest sales.
The company states that a typical ‘Track 100’ company must have at least 100 permanent staff and sales which are between £700m and £3bn. NES Global Talent is one of just 10 companies in the North West, UK to make the list.
Tig Gilliam, CEO at NES Global Talent, said, “I am delighted that NES Global Talent has once again been recognised in a Sunday Times league table. I would like to thank the entire NES Global Talent team for their continued focus on client service and recruitment excellence.
“Our diversification strategy has ensured that our business has thrived in tough conditions and we will continue to build on this success, through organic growth and by completing further selective acquisitions this year."