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New recruitment agency launched in Belfast

Pictured at the companyís launch with Honeycomb managing director Mairead Scott (centre) are team members Briony Cowell, Stacey McClurg, Erin Butler and Louise Quinn.

A new recruitment consultancy backed by one of Northern Ireland’s most experienced recruiters has opened its doors in Belfast, allowing it to take advantage of an increasingly busy market for roles in business and office support.


Based at Donegall Square, Honeycomb is Northern Ireland’s only boutique agency focused solely on the business support and administration sectors, linking innovative employers seeking full, part-time and temporary staff with an experienced bank of candidates.


Recognising the specialist nature of the business and how important it is to find exceptional staff who can help propel local business growth, Honeycomb takes a targeted approach to matching the right skill sets and talent to business needs.


Mairead Scott, Managing Director, said:


Today’s employers need a wealth of knowledge and tactical support to navigate their way through the recruitment process to make sure that they can maintain and grow their business into the future.


With over 50 years’ combined experience, Honeycomb recognises the pivotal role which support teams play in the success of every business. Within Belfast and further afield, demand for business support roles is buoyant and our clients are optimistic for the future.”


The company operates across a variety of industry sectors, providing skilled staff to companies in professional services, IT and telecoms, retail banking, creative agencies, manufacturing and distribution as well as the public sector.


Recruitment activity levels are high overall and we’re confident we’re already playing a strong, functional role in helping to further strengthen both our local businesses and the economy,” Mairead added.


Honeycomb currently employs five professional staff and plans to double this as part of its plan for growth.


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