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Admiral Recruitment appoints new COO

Admiral Recruitment invests in senior management teamAdmiral Recruitment has appointed Tim Vye as chief operating officer to support the company’s strategic growth plans.

Formerly operations director with Randstad UK, Tim has held senior positions within the recruitment industry including chief operating officer with Eden Brown and director at Reed Specialist Recruitment.

Paula Rogers, founder of Admiral Recruitment, said: “This is a very exciting milestone for Admiral Recruitment as we develop our current portfolio and expand into new niche sectors within the broader business sector. Maintaining our quality standards, our ethos and our values remain at the heart of our strategy as these have fuelled our success to date.

“We are delighted to welcome Tim to the business. His breadth of experience and his understanding of the challenges and opportunities within the recruitment sector is a tremendous asset. He is now working closely with fellow directors and our many Admiral Recruitment staff stake-holders to ensure that we continue to live out our values as we grow.”

One of London’s leading independent recruitment specialists within the hospitality sector, Admiral Recruitment’s company goals are to build the business further, taking its current turnover of £12 million to £25 million over the next five years.

Tim Vye said: “I’m delighted to be joining Admiral Recruitment at such an exciting time in the company’s history. Admiral’s values are truly refreshing and will remain in place as we implement our growth plans that are clear, ambitious and achievable.”


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