27 July 2012
3d Recruit Acquire Dash Locums
Social work recruitment group 3d Recruit Ltd has continued its growth strategy by acquiring Dash Locums. The acquisition of Dash Locums is the first for the group since it was formed following the 2010 merger of Amicus Recruit and Social Work 2000. Dash will continue to operate in their established social work locum markets throughout London and the Home Counties.
3d Recruit Managing Director, Ben Arnold, commented on the deal:
"We are delighted to bring the expertise of Dash Locums into 3d Recruit Ltd. Dash has a proven track record of high quality, safe recruitment and it represents a perfect complement to our business across the South East of England. 3d Recruit Ltd is now in a strong position to accelerate its growth plans and offer a greater range of services to clients across the South East.
Dash Locums is an ISO9000 accredited organisation and they were inaugural members of ASWEB (the Association of Social Work Employment Businesses).
20 September 2010
Amicus Recruit merges with SocialWork 2000
Social work recruitment companies Amicus Recruit and SocialWork 2000
have joined forces in a merger deal that creates a combined company
with a turnover in excess of £12m.
The two companies will continue to operate as separate brands within
their established markets, but are expected to benefit from the
sharing of expertise within a new group structure under the banner of
3d Recruit Ltd.
Commenting on the merger, James Brown, Managing Director said:
"We are delighted to merge with a company that shares our values and
commitment to the highest possible standards in social worker
recruitment. We both have a proven track record of safe quality
recruitment going back over 10 years. Together we feel that we can
offer an even better service to the social care sector as it faces the
challenges of the next decade. Our locums will also benefit from an
increase in the range of work and training opportunities that we can
offer them over a larger geographical area."
Amicus founder Ben Arnold will take on the role of Recruitment
Director to head up the Temporary and Permanent Recruitment operations
of the combined group. The rest of the company management structure
will remain the same and all teams will continue to operate from their
existing UK offices in Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes and East Sussex
as well as their Australian office in Melbourne.