Kingsley Associates, the award-winning recruitment consultancy, has signed up with Place North West as a main sponsor of the trade website and event organiser for the property and construction industry from January 2014.
Kingsley specialises in legal, property, engineering and business support recruitment. The firm enjoyed continued growth throughout 2013, through retention and attraction of key clients, new consultant appointments as well as the development of its dedicated mergers and acquisitions department.
Andrew Kingsley, director, commented on Kingsley's partnership with Place North West: "In line with our business plan and to support our growth in 2014 we have been looking to promote our services further and Place North West was selected as an outright choice due to its large and wide-ranging readership; there is a clear synergy between our markets and we are positive that that this is the best choice to support our business."
The partnership will involve a campaign of brand positioning both at events and online, including sponsorship of the Jobs section on Place North West.
Place North West attracts more than 40,000 readers a month to its daily news email and website and holds regular events aimed at providing the property community with market intelligence on key topics and sectors.
Paul Unger, editor of Place North West, said: "As confidence returns to the market and activity levels increase it is important for businesses to raise their profiles and be heard above the competition. We are able to help do that with our actively engaged readership and the depth of reach into the sector in the region.
"Place North West aims to support and champion the property community's activity from the grassroots up and working with a growing, independent consultancy such as Kingsley Associates fits our approach well."
Caroline Kingsley, director of Kingsley Associates, said: "2013 was the year that proved the market is well and truly moving again. As a company that services the whole of the UK, we have seen a rapid growth in activity across all sectors and from current activity we expect this to continue well into 2014."