Pentasia relocates European hub to Barcelona

Screen Shot 2016-08-16 at 12.56.31Industry specialist recruitment and executive search firm Pentasia, has confirmed that it will open its new European regional development office in Barcelona, Spain by autumn 2016.

Confirming its relocation to Barcelona, Pentasia management stated that its Gibraltar staff would relocate to the new facility which will now serve as the recruitment firms main European hub.

Pentasia Barcelona will focus on industry search and selections for mainland Europe, Spain and Gibraltar-based placements.

At present Pentasis services offices in London (HQ), Singapore, Malta, Dublin, New York and Las Vegas.

Alastair Cleland, Director of Europe and Asia at Pentasia, commented on the move to Barcelona: “Barcelona’s digital tech industry is thriving so it’s the perfect location and will provide another strong platform from which to grow our international digital tech talent business.

“Barcelona’s digital tech industry is thriving so it’s the perfect location and will provide another strong platform from which to grow our international digital tech talent business.”

“As a global recruitment agency, Pentasia specialises in guiding candidates through the relocation process – allowing us to source and engage the best talent wherever they are in the world.

“Clients and candidates who’ve worked with our consultants in Gibraltar since we opened in 2010 will experience no change in service and instead will gain access to a whole new candidate base.”

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