Yorkshire-based recruitment business Charterhouse Recruitment Services has been acquired by industry specialist Emma Ceballos who intends to expand the company’s operations into additional UK regions.
With its head office in York, the company currently also serves clients across the county, most notably in Leeds and Sheffield. As a result of this acquisition, Charterhouse aims to establish a new office in the North West in the coming months.
Emma has acquired the business from its former owner, Donna Green who had owned the 20-year-old business for the past five years.
An experienced recruitment industry professional and entrepreneur, Emma was one of the founding shareholders of gap personnel, which has grown into one of the UK’s largest training and blue collar workforce providers with a nationwide network of 39 offices.
"Charterhouse has a really good reputation in York and the surrounding area and I am aiming to build upon its track record to develop the business further. "
Having sold her share in the business in 2013, Emma has provided consultancy services to a number of recruitment companies, including gap, before making her first business acquisition.
Operating in the six key business markets, Accounting & Finance, Office Support, Human Resources, Marketing, Procurement & Supply Chain and Medical Devices & Healthcare, Charterhouse has established a strong reputation in the provision of contract and permanent staff.
Employing 10 people from its base in Low Petergate in the centre of York, the business aims to increase its headcount with plans to recruit additional staff in the near future. In addition, long-standing employee, Gemma Carney, has been promoted to the position of Branch Manager.
Charterhouse has a really good reputation in York and the surrounding area and I am aiming to build upon its track record to develop the business further. I have inherited a talented and experienced team that I am keen to add to so we can bolster our services to Yorkshire clients.
“There is real growth potential in this business, both in terms of the markets we serve, but also geographically. Replicating the quality of service we offer and expertise in the business sectors we support in new regions is the natural next step for the business and the North West is our first target location.”
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