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The NORAs 2015: Finalists

Written by Warren Davidson on 02 Nov 15
The NORAs 2015: Finalists

In a world which is ever shrinking, thanks to innovations in technology and a surge in tech-savvy users, the National Online Recruitment Awards (NORAs) has been instrumental in tracking the UK's recruitment industry with hawk-like precision.

It is with great delight, to announce that our clients, Aspire, Engage Education, Oscar Recruit and Spencer Ogden have each been announced as finalists in this year's NORAs ceremony.

The event will take place in London, two weeks from now (on Thursday 12th November 2015).
The full list for this year's finalists can be found here

Aspire are a market-leading digital, media and marketing recruitment agency with offices in London, Hong Kong and Singapore. This year, Aspire has been announced as a finalist for 'Best Small Recruitment Agency Website.' 

Engage Education helps qualified teachers and support staff find opportunities and work placements in schools. With offices based in the UK, Ireland, Canada and Australia, Engage Education has been nominated for 'Best Large Recruitment Agency.'

Oscar has been providing highly skilled technical and managerial candidates to a range of organisations across the Energy and Tech sectors for the past 14 years. They have a presence in the UK, North America and Asia-Pac region. Oscar has also been announced as a finalist for 'Best Large Recruitment Agency.'

Spencer Ogden is renowned for recruiting and placing the best international talent into organisations across the Energy sector. With offices in the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia-Pac, Africa, Australia and North America, Spencer Ogden has its finger on the pulse in an ever-changing industry. This year, they have been nominated for 'Best Large Recruitment Agency.'

From all of us, at 4MAT, we wish all of our clients the very best of luck and are proud that their dedication and hard work has been recognised! 


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