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Bromley Office Opens
Key clients are acquired and work begins on supplying specialists workers to wind farms across Europe
The Sunday Times Fast Track 100
Position 13 in 2013
(Britain's 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales over the previous three years)
ersg open offices in Amsterdam, Hamburg and Seattle.
HQ moves premises giving the opportunity for internal growth plans to be implemented.
Orlando Office opens in June.
Dutch Office Moves
Dutch office expands to new premises to allow internal growth.
The Sunday Times International Track 200
Position 117 in 2019
(Britain’s 200 private companies with the fastest-growing international sales over the previous three years)
Boston Office Opens
ersg open Boston office to furnish the growing offshore wind demand on the East Coast.
Taipei Office Announced
To meet the growing client need in Taiwan ersg announce the opening of Taipei office.
Dublin Office Announced
Dublin office announced which will operate to service the growing renewables and construction industries in Ireland.
Position 10 in 2019.
(Measures both employee productivity and financial performance)
The Recruiter FAST 50
Position 13 in 2020
(UK’s fastest-growing, privately-owned recruitment companies)
Chartwell Cancer Trust
ERSG is proud to be a Corporate Patron of The Chartwell Cancer Trust. The Trust is a registered charity providing financial support for the Chartwell Cancer and Leukaemia Unit in the Princess Royal University Hospital, Farnborough, Kent.
The Unit serves one of Europe’s largest metropolitan borough areas, which has over one million residents. It provides patients with a comfortable environment in which to receive care from the professional, multi-disciplined team who address their symptom control and pain relief. NHS budget policy dictates the service levels and equipment availability in the Chartwell Unit. There are shortfalls, which The Chartwell Cancer Trust helps to overcome.
Building a Future for Peruvian Children
Working in and with the Lajas district since 2008, the Association was registered in Peru in 2009 and exists to help the most disadvantaged children in this area obtain a better future for themselves, so that this type of support will not be needed in the future.
Lajas is a district of 36 communities in the northern Andes of Peru. The majority of people live by subsistence farming and many lack the means for more than basic survival - almost one third live in extreme poverty (Peruvian National Census 2007). Some families have been abandoned by their fathers who have left to seek work elsewhere and have never returned.
As a result a quarter of children do not go to school and have no prospect of a future. The Association helps disadvantaged children who did not attend school previously, attended very irregularly, or attended but without the necessary equipment to enable them to benefit.