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Launch of Experis


ManpowerGroup Evolves New Zealand Professional Resourcing Business with Launch of Experis

New Zealand (9 September 2013) – ManpowerGroup New Zealand today announced the brand development, logo and name change of Manpower Professional. Manpower Professional will be renamed Experis, aligning with the global branding across the ManpowerGroup network.

Neil Munro, General Manager Experis New Zealand, said New Zealand’s professional resourcing and project-based solutions now join Australia, the U.S., Canada and France in transitioning to the Experis brand.

“We’re excitied to launch the Experis brand in New Zealand, which will further align us with our global counterparts and expand oportunties for local clients.

“Experis delivers in-demand talent for critical professional positions and tailored solutions that accelerate personal and business success within the IT, Finance and Accounting, and Engineering sectors.”

According to Mr Munro New Zealand’s sustained business activity has led to an increasinlgy tight employment market making expert talent hard to find, and crucial to business success.

“Our deep vertical knowledge, expertise and experience in the New Zealand market allows us to identify the best opportunities for a cultural and experience match for clients.

“Having access to a global network of talent, as well as, innovative market technology and data, means Experis is best placed to fufil specialist workforce needs,” he said.

Lincoln Crawley, Managing Director of ManpowerGroup Australia and New Zealand, said New Zealand has experienced a sustained level of business activity since the Christchurch rebuild began, increasing pressure in the job market.

“Finding the right talent, in the right place at the right time will become vital to the success of organisations as job opportunities continue to expand across most markets in New Zealand. Having a team of experts sourcing critical specialist talent helps to ensure our clients get ahead of the pack,” he said.

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