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Frank Recruitment Group opens its first office in Switzerland

The global leader in staffing for IT professionals is expanding its European footprint with a new Geneva location, with plans to bring 50 new jobs to the area in the next five years.

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The Swiss office is based at 14 Rue du Rhône, Geneva.

UK tech staffing firm Frank Recruitment Group has announced the opening of its first office in Switzerland. Located in Geneva, the new Swiss base will allow the company to offer better support to its clients and partners in the region, at a time when digitalization is accelerating and demand for IT professionals is mounting. “I'm incredibly excited to make a real impact for both businesses and tech professionals in the area by connecting the right people with the right jobs,” said Paul Hanley, who will be leading the new office, in a press release.

“I’m especially proud to be launching our Swiss office,” Zoë Morris, president of Frank Recruitment Group, added. “It’s been a challenging year for the staffing industry, so it feels like a special achievement to be opening a new location and growing our business at this time. We feel very privileged to be able to serve this exciting market and create new jobs in the area in the process.” The company plans to create up to 50 new jobs locally within five years.

A multi-brand technology recruitment company

Founded in the UK in 2006 with just three staff members, Frank Recruitment Group now employs almost 2,000 people across 20 offices worldwide. It operates seven trading brands that each focus on a specific technology product. In Geneva, the company will initially launch its Nigel Frank, Mason Frank, and FRG Technology Consulting brands, which recruit for Microsoft, Salesforce, and emerging technology specialists respectively.

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