15th November 2019
Recruitment advertising and marketing company JVP Group are celebrating more awards success this November, having being chosen as a finalist in the prestigious Daily Post Business Awards, following the news that JVP were announced as winners at the Welsh SME Business Awards.
The Daily Post Business Awards is one of the most prestigious events in the North and Mid Wales business calendar, and the ‘Business of the Year’ award sponsored by Grŵp Llandrillo Menai, recognises outstanding performance, with finalists selected due to business achievement, growing financial performance, along with strong future growth potential.
The winners will be revealed at the glittering awards ceremony and black-tie dinner, which is taking place at Bangor University on Thursday, November 21st.
JVP Group have developed a reputation for enabling their clients to attract and recruit the best people directly, whilst saving them thousands of pounds by not having to use recruitment agencies.
Bridget Bonehill, HR Manager & Finance Director at leading manufacturer Less Common Metals said: “JVP’s unique services have enabled us to significantly reduce our recruitment costs, whilst reducing the amount of time it takes to review the CVs, conduct telephone interviews, and organise face to face interviews.
“For each vacancy we’ve had it’s been a smooth process from start to finish, and we’ve appointed high quality candidates for every role, so I’d have no hesitation in recommending JVP.”
Managing Director of JVP Group, Cath Harrison commented: “The whole team are truly honoured to be announced as finalists for the third time in the Daily Post Business Awards, particularly when you see the calibre of businesses such as Aber Falls Distillery, Gamlins Law, Welsh Mountain Zoo, and Brenig Construction which have also been shortlisted.
“2019 has been a standout year for JVP on our journey so far, and it’s pleasure for the team to be recognised for their hard work and dedication in supporting our clients to transform their recruitment strategies.”