Top website scoops industry award

08:50 03 March 2014

Graham Brown and Geoff Meads

Graham Brown and Geoff Meads

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Ely based Forces Recruitment Services took home the Recruitment Website of the Year gong at the annual Employment Agents’ Movement Conference last Friday.

During December, a panel of judges viewed and scoring the home pages of some 500 agency members located across the county against a stringent set of criteria to determine the nation’s best website, with Forces Recruitment coming out on top.

Forces Recruitment founder, Graham Brown, said: “We took a long time to redesign and build the website last year, particularly taking into account both our candidates’ and our clients’ views and we’re really pleased with the end result.

“But to then have that recognised and endorsed by the judging panel and our contemporaries is an extra boost - especially as we were totally unaware that there was any sort of award in the offing.”

Geoff Meads, managing director of Presto AV, which designed the website added: “The site was a pleasure to build and our world-class team are delighted to have received this high accolade.”

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