On Tuesday 18th April, Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap general election for 8th June, taking the nation by surprise. Rather than waiting until 2020, voters will now be casting their ballots in a matter of weeks. The hope for the government is that a Tory victory give the prime minister a strong mandate in parliament as Brexit negotiations begin. This sudden decision has been embraced by many in the recruitment industry due to the anticipated st...
Andy Larholt founded Montash as a SAP specialist recruitment firm.
Moved to larger premises and won 2 major clients.
The team grew to 8 employees. An accounts department was established and the contracts business continued to grow.
Montash diversified and moved away from only SAP and started the permanent recruitment division.
An account with a large FTSE FMCG Group was won, Montash was retained to resource their global IT transformation.
Montash moved to a bigger office based in Old Street, London - Clere House.
Investment was made to improve the infrastructure for further development and business growth.
A practice strategy was introduced, a record permanent placement was achieved with a FTSE Client.
Montash hit the £10m turnover threshold and the first NED was appointed.
Montash moved to a much larger office, where we are currently based Linen Court in Old Street. Investment was made into refurbishing the office and fitting in mod cons.
Further investments was made to further develop the infrastructure to ensure continued growth and business development. Montash Academy was established to provide structured training programmes for trainees.
Montash also celebrated its 10 years of success in business as it turned 10 years old.