New Directions Holdings Ltd has reacted to recent reports by Standard Chartered’s latest economic forecast with an air of optimism for the Welsh business community.
Gerald Lyons, Chief Economist for Standard Chartered remarked “the UK has already slipped back into recession this quarter, and firms are thinking twice about making investments”.
In direct response to the report John Andrews, Group Director of Operations for New Directions Holdings Ltd says “As one of Wales recognised fastest growing companies, we continue to thrive despite the reported downturn. We acknowledge any change within the country’s economy cannot be ignored; so as we look to the future we try to develop new markets to keep Wales buoyant.”
New Directions Holdings Ltd continues to diversify into new markets. In recent years they have expanded into the rest of the UK with offices in Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham and London.
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Notes to editor:
New Directions Holdings has head offices in Cardiff and controls diverse recruitment companies that service both public and private sector clients from across the UK. Its companies recruit within the education, social and domiciliary, pharmacy and corporate sectors and are widely regarded as market leaders in their fields.
Our subsidiary companies employ in excess of 70 full time staff that maintain up to 2,000 temporary employees each week.
The New Directions Group of companies’ experiences annual increases in turnover in excess of 30% and is regarded as one of the fastest growing recruitment brands in the UK.