Agility PR Solutions is proud to announce the expansion of our workforce and presence in the UK and Canada. Since January, we’ve increased the number of employees globally by 10%, including a 35% growth in its sales department alone.
We are also forecasting continued growth and a further 10% increase in employees in the next 6-10 months.
“It’s an exciting time in our Ottawa and London offices,” said Martin Lyster, CEO at Agility PR Solutions. “Expanding our market presence and sales capacity will further entrench us as leaders in the PR software industry – and ensure we can continue to deliver the superb client support and service our clients love us for.”
“For the last 6 months, we’ve been executing on an aggressive recruitment strategy and solidifying our brand reputation in core markets. We are already seeing the results of these efforts in terms of the increased numbers and quality of candidates that are applying to our jobs,” said Marcus Duquette, Head of HR at Agility PR Solutions. “We have some amazing staff and an excellent workplace culture which makes it a fun and challenging place to work.”
Interested in joining our team? Check out all our job postings at https://agilityprsolutions.recruitee.com/
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