Training and recruitment company forecasts significant growth

A training and recruitment firm launched just a year ago has forecast significant growth over the next 12 months after doubling turnover.

Aspen Wolf, based on Spectrum Business Park, in Seaham, was set up by husband and wife team Donna and Dave Rowlands after they amalgamated two existing businesses to offer clients a more streamlined service.

Since its inception the firm has grown steadily from four to seven employees, with the team due to welcome its first apprentice to the administration department within the next few weeks.

A successful move into the professional sector, placing candidates within the engineering, manufacturing, and construction sectors, is also a contributor to the company’s growing portfolio.

And over the next three months, the firm will be launching its education desk which will focus on helping talented individuals into employment at schools across the northern region.

Joint Managing Director Donna says Aspen Wolfs for the next 12 months are ambitious but achievable and is delighted with the growth the company has undergone, putting it down to the dedication of the team.

Donna said: “When we set the company up just over a year ago we had high expectations, but the reality of our achievements has far exceeded those initial targets.

“We have a very focused and enthusiastic team here at Aspen Wolf, and our success is down to each individual’s hard work.”

Dave added: “We have so much work in the pipeline and some exciting developments we’re involved in, including an active role supporting the new Seaham Business Park Group, so we’re optimistic as to where the next year takes us.”

Aspen Wolf is also investing in the training arm of the company as it looks to expand the suite of packages it offers customers.

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