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Company updates calendar    Jun 17, 2021

Stott and May expands with the creation of Irish business

Technology talent solutions firm, Stott and May, has opened a new entity in Ireland to reinforce the company’s continued growth across Europe. Find out more.

17 June 2021, London – Technology talent solutions firm, Stott and May, has opened a new entity in Ireland to reinforce the company’s continued growth across Europe. 

Heading up the company’s Ireland operations will be Senior Manager, Ellen Byrne, who joins the company from Osborne Recruitment Consultancy. With over 8 years of experience working in executive search, Ellen is a technology specialist in areas including software development, blockchain and cyber security.

Speaking of her new move, Byrne states: “The decision to join Stott and May was a no brainer. The company has an incredible track record, is growing fast and is a market leader in the technology space with proven success delivering large scale projects globally. 

“The people are second to none and the workplace is a fun, engaging and supportive one with ample opportunity for progression. I look forward to supporting our existing clients with their hiring requirements across Europe, as well as expanding our client base in the region to drive growth for the business.” 

Commenting of the motivations behind the Irish operation, Stephen Stott, CEO of Stott and May, explains: “Whether it’s developing new value add features to our service portfolio, through to the location of our teams, we are relentlessly focused on how we can exceed the expectations of our partners. Following continued growth and high demand for our talent solutions across Europe, we wanted to make a longer-term commitment to clients and candidates in the region. 

“We are excited about the opportunity in Ireland. It has become a major hub for high growth technology focused businesses, and we feel we are well positioned to support them on the journey to winning more business, protecting their most important assets, and successfully delivering on the digital transformation agenda. More broadly this step also makes us easier to transact with across other European countries where we have a high volume of valued customers.” 

Founded in 2009, Stott and May is headquartered in London with additional offices in Reading, LA and New York. They specialise in technology markets such as: cyber security, technology sales, ecommerce, and software engineering. 

-ENDS-

For media enquiries, please contact:

David Struth

david.struth@stottandmay.com

 

About Stott and May 

Founded in 2009, Stott and May are changing the way companies acquire technology talent by helping partners develop more engaging hiring processes through highly tailored talent solutions. They are passionate about helping leaders achieve complete confidence that they have hired the right talent, first time in fiercely competitive markets. Stott and May believe businesses should never have to make the choice between quality of candidate and time-to-hire.

 

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