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HR recruitment specialist rebrands and relaunches new consultancy

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HR recruitment specialist Paul Duffield has completed a management buyout of Better Placed HR Recruitment, rebranding the consultancy to become Eyzon Ltd.

The specialist recruitment consultancy, Eyzon Ltd, will provide recruitment consultancy, search and selection and talent mapping services for clients seeking HR talent across all industry sectors for both permanent and interim roles.

Eyzon Ltd is headed up by Paul in new Leeds offices at Marshall’s Mill and Matt Brooks, Partner in their London offices at Chancery Lane.

Co-founder of Better Placed HR, Paul, who bought the minority shareholding for an undisclosed sum said: “The rebrand from Better Placed HR to Eyzon is an exciting step for us, however, the only real changes that clients and candidates will notice are the new name, Eyzon Ltd and the move for our Leeds team to great new offices at Marshalls Mill.”

Matt said: “We still have the same team, the same client and candidate networks and same ethos as before, but this represents a great opportunity for us to focus, develop and grow our business across the UK and overseas.”

Eyzon’s client base of global, national and regional businesses includes leading brands and organisations across all sectors of the economy.

Jill Leonard, group head of resourcing at Thomas Cook said: “I have worked with Paul Duffield and Matt Brooks for a number of years now and in a number of different organisations and industries.

“Aside from the important job of filling vacancies, they also provide market and candidate intelligence as part of the deal.

“Their partnership approach and professionalism is what keeps me engaged and their profiles front of mind when choosing a third party HR recruitment partner.”

Eyzon
Pictured from left are senior consultants Lucy Rollings, Helen Easter, Jonathan Kirby; Eyzon’s managing director, Paul Duffield; office manager Annemarie Clapham and consultant Maegan Byrne

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