Cash Simply set to celebrate new corporate brand and unveil expansion plans with high flying industry event.
Evening with recruitment sector pioneer John O’Sullivan set to challenge industry leaders on best practice and market opportunities.
Cash Simply – one of the recruitment industry’s leading providers of outsourced back office services – is set to unveil plans for expansion under the new name Simplicity in a high-profile launch event at London’s prestigious Vinopolis on Thursday 26 May.
Following an extensive review and development of the products and services, Cash Simply – now repositioned as TempSimply – will sit under the new group brand Simplicity.
The specially organised event has been designed to provide a networking forum where industry leaders will be invited to share in the celebrations with a special keynote address from pioneering recruitment industry entrepreneur John O’Sullivan.
David Thornhill, Cash Simply’s managing director, said: “We are very encouraged by the growth and new starts that we are seeing across the industry, and we want to make a strong statement that we have the capacity and the ability to serve any business that needs a versatile and accomplished partner for anything from administrative services to financing and payroll.
“We are perfectly positioned, with an enviable track record in the sector, to partner many of the businesses which make up the dynamic UK recruitment industry valued at around £24 billion.
“The new brand structure and redesigned website will offer a robust platform for future growth, both for us and for our customers, so the re-launch is a major milestone for us,” Thornhill added. “What’s more, we are very proud to be able to celebrate alongside a successful and much-respected industry leader.”
At the evening event, managing director of peer-to-peer learning forum Elite Leaders John O’Sullivan will address invited business leaders on the challenges facing the sector, drawing upon his own experiences as one of the recruitment industry’s most successful entrepreneurs.