We are pleased to announce the appointment of Gill Robinson as Client Services Director, as part of our ambitious five-year plan to become a £100m turnover business.
Gill will be responsible for the delivery of the full range of services that we offer our variety of clients from across the globe.
Forging long-lasting relationships, Gill will work to establish trust with each of the businesses we engage with to ensure they receive a best in class customer experience.
Previously working as Client Services Director at +Us, Gill will call upon her vast experience to develop and deliver solutions for clients’ across the entire Hortor Group and our six offices in Leeds, London, Malaysia, Slovakia, North America and Costa Rica.
Gill comments: “The growth and ambition of Hortor in recent years has been inspiring to see and showed me that this was the place to be. Not only has the business made a name for itself in the recruitment industry, but it has forged its own space in the global digital marketplace.
“Once I understood the vision of joint CEO’s Andy Nicholson and Andy Roe, plus experienced the company’s agile culture, I knew my own client-focussed approach would help to play a major role in supporting the vision to reach our £100m target.”
This announcement follows on from the strategic appointment of Mark Standen as Associate Director – Global Automation Practice, and Niall Cook’s promotion to Recruitment Director.
Following the launch of a new office in Slovakia and expanding our presence in Costa Rica, we are further reinforcing our position as a global recruiter in the digital, IT and tech sector, while also providing bespoke managed services.
Joint CEO, Andy Roe, comments: “We wanted to create a position that would be entirely client facing, to work with the senior business leaders that we engage with every week. We knew we had to find someone who had a strong track record of delivering complex and comprehensive briefs for a global client base, and Gill was very much the right fit for that.
“Although our growth plans may be ambitious to some, we know that we have the right personnel and wherewithal to realise our full potential. Gill is no exception. This is a significant hire to the senior Hortor team, and we are already looking forward to seeing the positive impact that Gill will bring.”