CGC Recruitment Joins BRW Fast 100 Again in 2015
CGC Recruitment is again a BRW Fast 100 company and is ranked 65th on the 2015 list.
The BRW Fast 100 list ranks Australia’s fastest growing, public and private, small and medium businesses. The quality of the 2015 BRW Fast 100 list was as high as ever, as businesses and entrepreneurs from all of Australia’s major vertical industries presented the solid business practices required to deliver growth.
Companies and entrepreneurs on this year’s BRW Fast 100 list have increased their revenue and continue to grow and outperform their competitors.
CGC Recruitment is an established recruitment consultancy specialising in the Construction and Engineering sectors throughout Australia. Founded in Sydney in 2010 our team operates in distinct vertical markets within the Architecture, Building, Consulting, HSEQ, Infrastructure, Government, MEP and Rail sectors. Our growth has been built on our understanding of the market, opportunities and projects.
Directors, Nick and James would like to thank all the CGC employees for their continued hard work which has allowed CGC to continue growing. Also a thank you to our business partners who continue to engage us for their engineering and construction specialist recruitment needs.
The complete BRW Fast 100 list can be found online
PR Contact: Nick Curtis, Director, ph. 0410 193446, or email Nick@cgcrecruitment.com
CGC Recruitment ranked 65th on the 2015 BRW Fast 100 list.
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